fender rolling service or tool rental?

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Eric Wong
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fender rolling service or tool rental?

Post by Eric Wong » Sat Mar 07, 2020 11:24 pm

Can anybody recommend a fender rolling service around eastern Los Angeles / San Gabriel Valley or a place where I can rent a tool for it?

I don't want to buy a specialized tool to only use once.

Or is a baseball bat and heatgun good enough?

It's only for the rear fenders on a 4th gen F-body, the car already has some scratches, so not too worried about appearance, just rust.

Thanks.

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Bill Martin
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Re: fender rolling service or tool rental?

Post by Bill Martin » Mon Mar 09, 2020 10:27 am

Eric if I can find where I stashed it, I'll bring you down a fender roller Sunday.

Or another time if it continues to look wet this weekend. This car doesn't do wet.

-- Bill

Eric Wong
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Re: fender rolling service or tool rental?

Post by Eric Wong » Mon Mar 09, 2020 8:57 pm

Thanks Bill! No rush if you can't make it this weekend, there's still some other issues to fix.
I'm pushing my plans for CAM back to April, meanwhile I'll be running HS on Sunday if you want to co-drive something that doesn't do well, period :)

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Bill Martin
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Re: fender rolling service or tool rental?

Post by Bill Martin » Tue Mar 10, 2020 8:05 am

Okay. I can ship it if it ever gets that critical for you. Or I plan be at Glen Helen for a rallycross early April.

Long drive down for me, so thanks for the "wet" offer, but I'll pass. Now when you get a CAM car running -- I'm kinda interested in CAM-C myself so might like to try a co-drive there sometime.

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Re: fender rolling service or tool rental?

Post by Eric Wong » Tue Mar 10, 2020 2:41 pm

No problem, I don't think it'll rub until I move to 275s or 315s, actually; so just planning for the future.
4th gens got moved to CAM-T this year, but I might be able to run CAM-C if I'm over 3300 lbs.

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