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Old 05-02-2016, 08:31 AM   #1
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Pulled fenders?

Anybody have any pictures of rear fenders pulled on the 13-14 body style? My car rubs on the right rear so I'm thinking about getting the fenders pulled I just don't know how it will look


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Why not just get an adjustable panhard bar and pull it a little left until it doesn't rub? Axles are off centre on these things from the factory. You could also get different wheels with more inset. There is room here on the inside. Since the fenders are rolled and stamped factory I don't see how what you are suggesting would work or look good.
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If you have an instagram, look up "101blur." He has has what you're looking for.

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I do have an adjustable panhard bar but I have 305's on the rear and I'm lowered an inch and a half so they rub on bigger bumps just on the right side tho. They're rolled but not pulled and that's exactly why I was wanting to see a picture of it done before I did it. The picture above doesn't look bad at all in my opinion. I could have gotten wheels the same style and finish that would fit 305's but the extra idk $1,200 just didn't seem worth it for those.. I would rather put that money towards a supercharger


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Well rolled or not, sounds like you should be checking your tracking and probably re-adlusting your Panhard bar.
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Well rolled or not, sounds like you should be checking your tracking and probably re-adlusting your Panhard bar.

It has been adjusted but the tires stick out just a little bit on each side of the car. No idea why it only rubs mostly on the ride side tho I read somewhere else where a guy was rubbing more on his right rear too


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Sam's car (@101blur) is what i was about to post but i see his has already been posted. He had them pulled and then the rear end of the car repainted because there were chips in the paint and his rear bumper was off from the factory. His car is purely amazing. I actually know him personally and have ridden in his car a few times at track days. Still scares the crap out of me. He tucks 335s back there on a 12" wheel.
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Yeah I looked through is Instagram that's pretty crazy. This dude in Texas said he was running 325's with no body work but I don't see how..


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He tucks 335s back there on a 12" wheel.

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Pulled fenders?

Tire width is not your problem. If only one side rubs, it's fixable with adjustments of the panhard bar. If you are rubbing on both sides you have the wrong offset on your rear wheels. I have 314/35-20's on 11" x20 rims on the rear of my '11 GT and they have never rubbed.


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Tire width is not your problem. If only one side rubs, it's fixable with adjustments of the panhard bar. If you are rubbing on both sides you have the wrong offset on your rear wheels. I have 314/35-20's on 11" x20 rims on the rear of my '11 GT and they have never rubbed.


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It's centered like I said the tires stick out a little on both sides idk why it usually only rubs on the right side.. It barley ever does on the left side. I'm sure that's what it is but like I said $60 for somebody to pull my fenders is a lot cheaper than buying new wheels


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It rubs on the right because that's where the Panhard bar pushes it when your suspension cycles. Might be cheaper to look into a watts link setup then to mess with pulling fenders.
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Can someone explain what pulled fenders are exactly?


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Can someone explain what pulled fenders are exactly?


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It is normally a gentle roll of the inner rear wheel well lip. Instead of a 90° angle the lip is literally rolled or bent upwards.

For Some there is a need to pull the rear quarters out to accomodate a wider tire. Think of it as a wide body kit, without the kit. This also is not as pronounced as a wide body.

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Interesting. Thank you for the explanation.


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