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Old 02-04-2013, 04:17 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I got my rear fenders rolled for $100.

$50 per fender.

Seems like a reasonable price, also I went to a really really really really good guy.
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I'm having some serious rear tire rubbing as well over bumps and to much trunk weight. If any one knows anybody who does any fender rolling in the Columbus Ohio area let me know! Ill even drive a ways to get it done by someone who knows what there doing.


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I got my rear fenders rolled for $100.

$50 per fender.

Seems like a reasonable price, also I went to a really really really really good guy.

where did you get this done? was it in the KW area?
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Just google fender rolling and a bunch of services should pop up in your city.

And you can search "fender roll" in yelp.com which will yield more results.
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where did you get this done? was it in the KW area?
I have a roller and heat gun that you can rent for far less than any shop will charge. The tools are located in Ancaster, ON. The rental cost is $50 + a fully refundable $150 deposit that will be returned to you once the tools are returned to me.


There are plenty of online tutorials on fender rolling. It shouldn't take you more than an hour or two in your garage at home. There are also plenty of local members that should be able to help you out if you're uncomfortable doing it yourself. I would offer to do the roll with you, but I'm 20 hours away.


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I have a roller and heat gun that you can rent for far less than any shop will charge. The tools are located in Ancaster, ON. The rental cost is $50 + a fully refundable $150 deposit that will be returned to you once the tools are returned to me.


There are plenty of online tutorials on fender rolling. It shouldn't take you more than an hour or two in your garage at home. There are also plenty of local members that should be able to help you out if you're uncomfortable doing it yourself. I would offer to do the roll with you, but I'm 20 hours away.


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Thanks @Egierda. I'll keep that rental in mind. I'm going to take my car into my tire shop that sold me the wheels and see what they can do for no-charge as they were the ones that suggested the current tire size and assured me there would be no rubbing issues. If this falls through, I will be sending you a pm about the tools. Maybe @justsomeguy and @Mr.Smoke can help me out with this over a few cold ones

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Thanks @Egierda. I'll keep that rental in mind. I'm going to take my car into my tire shop that sold me the wheels and see what they can do for no-charge as they were the ones that suggested the current tire size and assured me there would be no rubbing issues. If this falls through, I will be sending you a pm about the tools. Maybe @justsomeguy and @Mr.Smoke can help me out with this over a few cold ones
If there is cold pints involved you can count me in for sure!! Would be nice to finally meet ya too dude.


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@Mr.Smoke, there are always cold pints on the go here. Can't wait for the nice weather to come our way. I almost lost my car in a snowbank the other day lol
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I almost lost mine yesterday. Had a cop coming at me riding the yellow line. He forced me into a bunch of slush and the ass started swerving. Fucking stupid cop.


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Thats brutal. He was probably playing with his dash mounted computer. But we're the ones that get the distracted driving charges.
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