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Old 11-12-2009, 03:09 AM   #1
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Talking Roll fenders or Universal fender kit???

im looking to run wider wheels in the back i was wondering whats the best way to do this? roll/pull fenders or universal fender kit something like this

cuz i know pulling fenders is at least $1000+, on the other hand i dont really want to drill holes to put on wide fender kit. or is there other ways of putting it on? lol double sided tape.

also is it more difficult to roll fenders vs a original fender cuz ive had rust on 1 of my arches before but that has been repaired

anyways any advice would be good
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Old 11-13-2009, 04:17 PM   #2
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If you install those fenders without cutting out your original lip at the very least then your wider tires will rub on your original inner fender lip.
You can pull your fenders quite abit without to much damage if you know what your doin I've pulled fenders as much as 1 inch without much more then some paint cracking on the edge. Keep in mind though as you have previous fender damage that repaired area could crack and need further repair after the pull.
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Old 11-17-2009, 10:06 AM   #3
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It would be impossible to roll a fender or quater panel with pre-existing rust or would simply crack the filler or damage the paint...besides fender flares will give you a great widebody look and it will give you much more clearance for a bigger tire than rolling a fender!
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