yep, and it cracks the paint too, especially without heat being applied.flyinlow said:Eastwood makes a great tool, http://www.eastwood.com/shopping/product/detailmain.jsp?itemID=6159&itemType=PRODUCT&RS=1&keyword=fender+roller
The old school way was to take a round piece of wood (wooden baseball bat) and get it in between the fender lip and tire. Then have someone rock the car back and forth. The tire will roll the bat and someone just has to apply leverage to the bat while rolling and it will roll your fender lip.
There are places online that will send you the tool for so long and you pay x amount to borrow it...Search the forums, you'll find it.AMRAAM4 said:yep, and it cracks the paint too, especially without heat being applied.
I'll be damned if I pay that much for a 1 time tool. But I'd rent it from someone. Anyone know if this is a common tool owned by a body shop? My neighbor is a body man and I might be able to snag his.