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    hello all, i am getting my 1991 lx together and need help finding someone or someplace that can roll my rear fenders on the car. it is all orginal with 50k miles so i want it to look nice. any help would be really really appreciated. my name is brian. if you have a connection you can text me at 708-439-1070. thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by opycunn View Post
    hello all, i am getting my 1991 lx together and need help finding someone or someplace that can roll my rear fenders on the car. it is all orginal with 50k miles so i want it to look nice. any help would be really really appreciated. my name is brian. if you have a connection you can text me at 708-439-1070. thank you
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    i use a heat gun and a soft mallet. usually comes out well... i need to get a roller someday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hornet View Post
    i use a heat gun and a soft mallet. usually comes out well... i need to get a roller someday
    I got a Eastwood (I think) roller that I haven't attempted to use yet because I don't want to risk messing up my paint lol. I probably won't end up trying it out myself.
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    I've used the Eastwood fender roller with a heat gun. I ended up cracking the paint and had to touch it up a little. The paint on my car is far from perfect, so it wasn't a big deal. From what I've read, it's hit or miss on if the paint will flake.

    The Eastwood tool is nice though and not crazy expensive.
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    just heat up, and if it cracks, its on the bottom where its not seen anyway. you can use touch up and a toothpick to get it in there nice

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