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Re: wheel wells (archive)

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Posted by Sam L on October 03, 2000 at 18:47:58:

In Reply to: wheel wells posted by Sachs'///M3 on October 03, 2000 at 18:45:45:

Rolling your fenders usually doesn't require messing w/ the actual fender. It involves rolling the inner lip (if you feel inside the fender, there is a lip to strengthen the fender). Don't cut the lip, I recommend having it professionally rolled w/ a fender rolling tool. Messing w/ the actual fender can cause paint cracks and junk.

Sam L


i recently bought a pair of 255/40 17" for my rear...even though the guy said they would fit, they still rub slightly (especially with people in the back seat). What should i do? Get the fenders "rolled" or "shaped" in order to make them fit. this is what i want to do because i like the wide look. Anyone with this type of situation and found an easy solution???





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