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Old 04-16-2011, 12:48 AM
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Question fender roller KC area?????

anyone in the Kansas city area know of a good place to rent a fender roller? Ive got 17x11s for the back of my trans am on the way and google isnt given me **** as far as places to rent one. I really dont wont to have to pay a body shop to do it or have to spend $300 bucks on my own fender roller.

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Have you tried using a bat to do it?
Not sure who has a fender roller up here though...I had mine done for under $100 years ago down in Wichita.
You could call up KC trends and ask them if they have any suggestions, thats where I ended up getting my wheels at and they do alot of high end stuff
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im not crazy about the bat idea. Ill have to call a friend that owns a body shop in olathe and see what he says about it. I ordered through KC Trends but they didnt have much info on a roller
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Ah I see, well good luck with it. What wheels did you get from them?
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well im ordering CCW LM5s direct from CCW but KC trends will get my nittos and mount and balance them for me. going 275/40 up front and 315/35 out back
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Nice man, I'm sure those will look awesome.

Let me know what you find out about the fender rolling...I just swapped to stranos/konis this wkend and was looking at my passenger side, and it looks like there is a dent near the edge of my fender...might try and see if re-rolling it will fix this issue.
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Any more news on someone to roll the fenders in KC, I'm going to need it down soon
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Hell no Im starting to think the only way we are gonna get them rolled properly is to buy a fender roller ourselves
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A guy on here rents his roller out, alot cheaper than trying to buy one if you only plan on doing it once.
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I rented a eastwood fender roller off ebay...you pay the full amount just incase you keep it but after you return it they give you all but $60 backs...that $60 is your rental fee
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Originally Posted by peterlawl84 View Post
A guy on here rents his roller out, alot cheaper than trying to buy one if you only plan on doing it once.
Yeah but if I buy my own I can rent it out too sense apparently no one in the area has one
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TTT I need to borrow or rent one here soon. Any info appreciated
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