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Default Rolling fenders?

so i bought some 20's last night and they fit on just fine but when i hit a bump the back wheels rub. It's that little lip on the inside of the body that's hitting... i seen a few videos where you can roll the fender with a bat but idk.. was gonna do spacers but if i can clear that lip i won't rub at all. Ideas or thoughts?
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on my first car I used channel locks or whatever they're called and put a rag in the jaws so the paint wouln't chip and squeezed in the inner lip. came out ok, wouldn't do it to anybody elses car but mine.
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on my first car I used channel locks or whatever they're called and put a rag in the jaws so the paint wouln't chip and squeezed in the inner lip. came out ok, wouldn't do it to anybody elses car but mine.
did it leave any marks or anything? was it noticeable? that seems like a good idea
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yes that's why you need to either be really careful or not do it at all. It left half dollar size waves on the outside of the Quarter panel
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Maybe two rubber mallets and hit em easy together with the fender in the middle
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Well if you do it, i think the key to not chipping the paint is to use a heat gun and get the paint nice and warm before you do anything, then keep it nice and warm. but i personally wouldn't do it. toooooo risky.
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20s on a camry? *facepalm*

Are your tires rubber bands?
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My brother has a Supra and I think he bought a tool for rolling the fenders. I remember him talking about it a couple weeks ago and said since the tool cost so much he had considered trying to rent it out if I ever knew anyone who wanted to do that...I can find out if he has it if you want
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20s on a camry? *facepalm*

Are your tires rubber bands?
not really, they are pretty thin but not rubber bands lol

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My brother has a Supra and I think he bought a tool for rolling the fenders. I remember him talking about it a couple weeks ago and said since the tool cost so much he had considered trying to rent it out if I ever knew anyone who wanted to do that...I can find out if he has it if you want
yeah that'd be cool, i am about to go over to iamsonic's place and see if we can't figure something out, let me know though
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its either i try to do it myself with some help or i have the local audio/custom shop do it for 150, but it'd be done right...
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