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      02-03-2013, 08:55 PM   #23
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You must fab for a living, looks sick!
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      02-03-2013, 10:34 PM   #24
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That's pretty dope!
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Can u list all the parts you needed to make it.. Shit I like to make me a set..
Honestly we just compied the estwood roller and used scrap steel

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God job! But I can see you have alot of threads left on the coilovers. Did you have to raise the car to be able to roll it?

Because that was my problem with the one I bought.
I've never had to roll them again since I originally rolled them so I cant say forsure if it would work or not
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You must fab for a living, looks sick!
Nope, just 2 teenagers and way to much time on our hands
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We actually threw around the idea
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I heard Harry was the last to use this. Are you in contact with him?
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I heard Harry was the last to use this. Are you in contact with him?
I was under the assumption bridge's dad had it...
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      02-06-2013, 10:27 PM   #31
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we have the same rims, why did you need a roll? I only rub in the front where the bumper and fender meet, can that part be rolled?
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holyshit thats legit. welds are clean too!
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we have the same rims, why did you need a roll? I only rub in the front where the bumper and fender meet, can that part be rolled?
How low are you? I'm maxed out front and rear on v2's, so that could be the reason. There is a metal bracket that mounts the fender to the bumper located were you are rubbing, you cant roll that area although you can take out that metal bracket. I still have mine on but I've herd of people removing it with no negative effect on bumper to fender fitment.
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How low are you? I'm maxed out front and rear on v2's, so that could be the reason. There is a metal bracket that mounts the fender to the bumper located were you are rubbing, you cant roll that area although you can take out that metal bracket. I still have mine on but I've herd of people removing it with no negative effect on bumper to fender fitment.
not as low as you, but I used to be lol...I cant do that in nyc anymore.
Are you talking about the metal bracket that is used to screw the fender and bumper together? my rub isnt so bad, but every now and then I hit a bump that causes my tire to knock the bumper out of alignment. maybe ill just get stretched tires this summer.
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not as low as you, but I used to be lol...I cant do that in nyc anymore.
Are you talking about the metal bracket that is used to screw the fender and bumper together? my rub isnt so bad, but every now and then I hit a bump that causes my tire to knock the bumper out of alignment. maybe ill just get stretched tires this summer.
yes that bracket is what normally rub after you roll front fenders. what size tire are you running?
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