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I might need to do a fender roll and pull sometime this spring on my OTM to allow my new rims/tires to fit. I'm trying to learn as much as possible so after I'm finished the fenders don't look like ****. If any of you local guys are planning on doing this to your cars I'd like to join in on the fun so I can learn and see how it's done.
 

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I've seen a few cars that looked horrible when finished and I want to avoid this. I'm not picky on the method, just want to get a feel for how it's done and how to know when I'm about to go too far.
 

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A heat gun will help the fender form better and help stop the paint from chipping and such I believe. Also just take your time.
 

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Just give me a call i can help ya out and give you pointers. Got 4 cars under my belt now so i am decent at rolling but pulling i need some work still.
 

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Any roller should work. They have a universal bolt pattern. I would say justin had one if you have his number but i am not 100% he has it still.


Zach thanks bud!
 

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Just a fyi... I used a heat gun and mallet and my fenders came out like **** to my standards. If you want a roll done right have it done by someone who knows how.
 

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When I lowered my lancer i went to VTR and had a friend do it. Pretty good pricing. Great place if youre not too far from Everett.
 

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Hummm thats very odd they didnt work....
 
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