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      04-18-2013, 11:27 AM   #1
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Rolling fenders shop GTA

Where can I get my rear fenders rolled professionally without damaging the paint?... In the GTA

Any options? My rears are rubbing a tiny tad over bumps and I don't think it's good for the tire / paint.
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      04-18-2013, 11:45 AM   #2
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I'm looking for this too, I'll let you know my findings. I currently have a slight rub on the rear.
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      04-18-2013, 11:53 AM   #3
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I think Speedstar has a proper roller, might want to call them and check.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Speed...168698?fref=ts

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      04-18-2013, 01:45 PM   #4
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RMP also does fender rolling, call up and ask for Rocco.
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      04-18-2013, 01:49 PM   #5
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Stance factory out in Ajax should have this service available.
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I regret rolling fender of my previous 335, dont do it
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I regret rolling fender of my previous 335, dont do it
why?
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      04-18-2013, 10:58 PM   #8
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Is it true that it will rust a lot faster and easier?
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      04-18-2013, 11:09 PM   #9
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I regret rolling fender of my previous 335, dont do it
Please let me know why do you regret it? Paint , rust?,..
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Please let me know why do you regret it? Paint , rust?,..
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What issues did you have??!!
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      04-19-2013, 12:09 AM   #11
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Rolling fenders is a shitty way to go guys. Most of the time it doesn't turn out right cause most people don't know what there doing in all honesty
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      04-19-2013, 02:07 AM   #12
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Go to talk to Rich @ Luxury Auto Body and get them trimmed professionally for $250. Best option to avoid any risks from rolling. He did mine 3 weeks ago and did an amazing job.
Good to hear you got them cut did they get eveything off ? How did they turn out ? Send me pics brother been waiting to hear when you start fitting your wheels
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How does trimming work?

Wouldnt that expose the metal on the edge of where it's cut?
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      04-19-2013, 01:24 PM   #14
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interested in pictures of the trimming also as im looking to do fender work.
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      04-19-2013, 02:06 PM   #15
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The job is done at a very reputable shop on the forum. I regret because the rear quarter panel has been pushed out a little bit on where the bumper connect with the quarter panel. I told the shop no pull to my quarter panel at all but the shop said that it can never get perfect because the metal on that part is very stiff.

After I rolled the fender, I realized that even with the rolled fender it is very hard to achive the waterfall like stance in regular 3 series. The place where bumper connect with the quarter panel is the bxxxh to deal with, trimming is the way to go.

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      04-19-2013, 02:36 PM   #16
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Ok for the guys asking for The info on trimming. The proper way to do it is to take a saws all and cut the inner fender lip as close as possible to the edge. Then take a grinder and grind it down smooth and even as possible this gets you the most clearance out there compared to any roll or pull and is the cleanest look. You look OEM and nothing different if done right. Once done trimming you need to treat the area what I do is use some body filler and apply VERY thin coat evenly then sand even, then spray a rust inhibitor paint and you are good to go

Here is a pic of my fenders. Look at my properly trimmed fender and how there is completely no lip and look under your guys car and see the huge metal lip giving you problems


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Can you post more pics of the trimming?
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Sorry didnt take pics during the process go look at your rear fender lip and hold a picture of min I provided. You will see the drastic differenc
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cant see your picture....can you pm me or email blackbalt91@hotmail.com
thanks
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Yea, they did a really good job. I'll post some pictures soon, but I wont have my rims until Mid June unfortunately Forgestar said it will take 6-8 weeks for production since there custom made.

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Good to hear you got them cut did they get eveything off ? How did they turn out ? Send me pics brother been waiting to hear when you start fitting your wheels
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looking forward to pics
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Ok for the guys asking for The info on trimming. The proper way to do it is to take a saws all and cut the inner fender lip as close as possible to the edge. Then take a grinder and grind it down smooth and even as possible this gets you the most clearance out there compared to any roll or pull and is the cleanest look. You look OEM and nothing different if done right. Once done trimming you need to treat the area what I do is use some body filler and apply VERY thin coat evenly then sand even, then spray a rust inhibitor paint and you are good to go

Here is a pic of my fenders. Look at my properly trimmed fender and how there is completely no lip and look under your guys car and see the huge metal lip giving you problems



So on the outside your fender looks same as stock? It's just the inside that was cut?

At first I was under the impression you cut like an inch or two off the fender completely.
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