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    Fender rolling in SOCAL

    im getting BC racing coilovers installed next week but need to roll the fenders on a dodge challenger RT 2012, anyone know of a good spot? someone that knows what theyre doing? i want to avoid vavy fenders or cracked paint.
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    If you are just installing the BC's with stock tires you should not have any problems with tire rubbing.

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    Just rolled my rear fenders on an '07 Charger today with a $120 fender roller from Eastwood and a heat gun. Pretty simple and no cracks. Plastic fender liners do pop out a little though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuckinnj View Post
    If you are just installing the BC's with stock tires you should not have any problems with tire rubbing.
    we want to go low, no gap on the front and maybe a one finger gap in the rear, are you sure i wont need to roll them? im running 245/45/20 front and 275/40/20 on rear

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    I don't think you'll need to roll the fenders for those size tires.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HEMIZSP View Post
    I don't think you'll need to roll the fenders for those size tires.


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    Thank you!! , does anyone else know a for sure answer? Thanks guys!!!

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    You should be just fine. I had to roll just a little for 295's so 275's will be OK

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    How about the fronts? On my charger I'm running the same set up but I had to roll all 4 fenders, the the challenger different?

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    I have the same tire set up as you and I did NOT roll my fenders after the BC install on my 2008 Charger. I could not imagine going any lower on my DD because it scrapes sometimes on driveways and speed bumps. If you decide to roll the fenders check out www.eastwood.com for a fender roller or try to borrow one....... Just take your time and go slow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hemiboi View Post
    How about the fronts? On my charger I'm running the same set up but I had to roll all 4 fenders, the the challenger different?
    Are you running stock wheels or aftermarket on the Charger? Same question for the Challenger.

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    Fender rolling in SOCAL

    I had to roll my front fenders on stocks otherwise they'd rub like hell even when making a normal left or right. Now I can make u-turns

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    HOWDY, when I had my roof and other areas painted by AUTO EXPLOSION in gardena,ca. I had asked DAMIAN (the owner) if they did fender rolling...Yes they did. I haven't had it done yet. So your going to have to check with them, and see if you LIKE their work. AUTO EXPLOSION; 13805 S.Normandie Ave.: Gardena,ca 90249 ; Phone # 310-329-6691. Hope this helps. They do really GREAT WORK. Please still check them out.

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    I have a roller ...
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