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Old 01-21-2006, 03:52 PM
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how to roll a fender?

according to a few people, i can fit a 325/50/15 on my 69 cutlass with a 10 inch rim and a 5.5 inch backspacing..is this true?

and if i have to roll the fenders, how exactly do i do that?

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Sometimes a baseball bat between the tire and the fender lip held by one while another gently lets the whole car roll gently easeing the wheel opening out a tad...


google ...baseball bat between the tire and the fender

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I used one of those fender rollers from Eastwood. Works really well.

Whatever you use to roll the fender lips, make sure to heat the paint up first with a heat gun. Otherwise the paint will crack.
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