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Fender finisher/forming tool

Has anyone tried using this tool Eastwood Fender Finisher - Hand Fender Former Tool - Rolling Fenders - Fender Rolling Tool to roll their fenders on their Mazda 6's, or is there any other way to roll them easily without removing each wheel? My rear fenders keep rubbing and are cutting up my tires. :/
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id say thats the one used on 80% of our cars. lol. there's probably a couple dozen members with them including myself.


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thats what i did my first time doing it to my tiburon. after using a real fender roller. id never do that again. way to much of a chance of doing damage. compared to the fender tool that you can fine tune like 4 different angles of the tool.


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I just cant get the tool to line up right with the rear fender to bend it in with the handheld tool. Anyone else have that prob? I may just have to bust out the rubber mallet.
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yup. the rears on our car are a pain. its because there really not centered with our wheel hub itself. so you have to do alot of constant adjusting there.


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yep, what mono said.


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Anyone else tried this tool on a 1st gen? I need to do a slight roll/pull in the front (back already done). My thought is that since our front fenders already have a SLIGHT roll to them and the fact that the metal is so thin this tool should be adequate for the job especially cheaper than paying $80 to have a shop do it.

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