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This is a discussion on Fender rolling within the Exterior and Appearance forums, part of the Tutorials & DIY category; I have a gc8 wrx with 17x7 wheels with 225/45/r17 on and slighty lowered. it's rubbing turning corners, what's a ...

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    Fender rolling

    I have a gc8 wrx with 17x7 wheels with 225/45/r17 on and slighty lowered. it's rubbing turning corners, what's a cheap diy way to fix this? I have tried the phone book try and was unsuccessful.


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    There is no need to start two threads for one topic. My "cheap" suggestion is to take the wheels off, get a sledge hammer and start pounding away.

























    If you want it done right, take it to a shop and have them do it with fender roller. It's really not that bad of an expense. Or, find someone that has a fender roller and do it yourself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McBill View Post
    My "cheap" suggestion is to take the wheels off, get a sledge hammer and start pounding away.
    Read this looked over and saw Clarkson.

    As McBill said, go to a shop and see if they will roll them or if you can rent the roller. It's not that bad with a heat gun/blow dryer. I've seen some videos with a baseball bat...? But to me this is one of the things you shouldn't cheap out on.
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