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I'm in the East Orlando area and need to roll my fenders. Anyone knows where or who I can rent the tool from? I see there's shops and people who do the service for you but I just want to rent the thing.
 

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I believe http://www.revworksinc.com/ will also do fender rolling, along with other work. You could give them a call for pricing. I want to say $50 per corner, but don't quote me on that.
 

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I've got one. It's going to be rented out this weekend, however. How soon do you need it?
I dont need it yet, the shop i have mounting my tires broke one of the valve stems so im waiting for a new valve to arrive. I just wanted to know my options. How much do you rent it for?
I believe http://www.revworksinc.com/ will also do fender rolling, along with other work. You could give them a call for pricing. I want to say $50 per corner, but don't quote me on that.
Man if its 50 per corner I might as well buy the tool
 

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Man if its 50 per corner I might as well buy the tool
A) Again, don't quote me on the price.

B) Have you ever tackled a project for the first time, something you'll probably only ever do once or a few times in your life? It's usually cheaper than paying someone else with experience to do it, but it's rarely as good a quality and it's almost always more of a pain in the ass.

It's an upside/downside or "risk/reward, cost/benefit" analysis, keeping in mind the cost of a replacement fender of the correct matching paint if you totally ruin your existing one in your DIY learning process. :)

Just food for thought. And, again, please do not quote me on that pricing.
 
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