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Old 06-19-2013, 04:04 PM   #1
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Cost of rolling rear fenders??

Ur opus as to how much a shop will Generally charge?
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Take a wooden baseball bat and use the handle end work perfect. Use the tire as the lever.
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Curious* and that doesnt answer my question
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Curious* and that doesnt answer my question
He was just letting you know how to do it yourself to save a couple bucks, but to answer your question I live in Illinois and it runs $80.
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I do my fenders myself. Use a heat gun and Eastwood roller. I used to do it with a rubber mallot and heat gun but that took for ever. Around 80 bucks is what it will cost u
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You can also rent a Eastwood roller on line rollyourfender.com
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Around Philadelphia it'll run you about 100$ per fender. My brother ended up buying a roller from Eastwood for around 250$ and rolled the fenders on his bagged and body dropped s10. He has since then recouped his money buy renting it out to his buddies.
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Around Philadelphia it'll run you about 100$ per fender. My brother ended up buying a roller from Eastwood for around 250$ and rolled the fenders on his bagged and body dropped s10. He has since then recouped his money buy renting it out to his buddies.
Can you tell your brother that I would like to rent it?? Haha
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Can you tell your brother that I would like to rent it?? Haha
Where you located man? It might be possible haha
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Where you located man? It might be possible haha
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