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post #11 of 23 (permalink) Old 08-02-2013, 01:23 PM Thread Starter
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oh ok. yeah then i'll probably look into getting that done. thank you for your help
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oh ok. yeah then i'll probably look into getting that done. thank you for your help
Be prepared to spend an arm and a leg to get it done
Shops charge around 2 hrs per fender

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I got mine rolled for 65 bucks
And no chips cracks or anything!
Which to me is well worth it because I woulda fucked up my paint and if I need a reroll they would do it
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I have done it on all of my cars and friends. I have used both professional rollers, and mallets.

I find that a $8 mallet and $10 heat gun from harbor freight 1000% better than professional tools if just wanting a roll. When pulling the Roller is pretty critical....


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Rolled mine with a heat gun & combo of rubber mallet & flooring hammer with the help of a friend. We opted to knotch out little pieces of the fender lip with a dremel for relief cuts to avoid kinking, buckling anything. Worked like a charm. Got a couple stress cracks in the clear but nothing worth worrying about.

Price of having them done at a shop will vary. As tank said it could be as little as $65 or so up to a few hundred. If you decide to have someone else roll, be sure to shop around a bit. I just put on 18x8's with a +40 offset and have zero rubbing after rolling.


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Yeah I'm dumb. I was literally out of the zone when I replied. I meant to say spacers reduce an offset, not add to it. Sorry about the confusion.

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An arm and a leg is quite the exaggeration. Find someone local with a roller. I know a hand full of locals that charge 20-25 per fender.

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An arm and a leg is quite the exaggeration. Find someone local with a roller. I know a hand full of locals that charge 20-25 per fender.

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Where I live it isn't!
I was told 4-6hrs of work for two fenders by like 4 shops

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I used a bat and a heat gun. I may use a mallet to finish it off to get them completely flattened. Sofar so good though.


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I was told 4-6hrs of work for two fenders by like 4 shops

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Canada mallets are not strong enough.... takes extra time.


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