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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V Appearance Mods Discussion, rolling fenders in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; has anybody here rolled their fenders, im looking to just to the rear fenders, if anyone has any info please ...
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    rolling fenders

    has anybody here rolled their fenders, im looking to just to the rear fenders, if anyone has any info please let me know i need to roll my fenders a tiny bit because of my 10in wide rims.

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    Re: rolling fenders

    My buddy barrowed one of these for a friends shop. you could probably rent one somewhere
    http://preracing.com/product_info.ph...7oqgklt9n4h0j6

    We used a heat gun to heat the lip and the paint and slowly applied increasing pressure over 5-6 passes. go slow. i have seen a few hack jobs with tons of spider cracks and chipping paint... worked great on his 04 Cobra.. didnt need to do it for my V

    or go to a body shop and pay um

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    Or you could do the ultimate hack job and just use a baseball ball jammed between the tire and the wheel well.... Just sayin lol

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    Re: rolling fenders

    I just picked up the Eastwood roller off ebay for $200. No matter which brand
    you get it's gona have to be modified to add 115X6 bolt pattern. This is mine
    after I "fixed" it.east wood.JPG

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    Re: rolling fenders

    Quote Originally Posted by drazenko View Post
    I just picked up the Eastwood roller off ebay for $200. No matter which brand
    you get it's gona have to be modified to add 115X6 bolt pattern. This is mine
    after I "fixed" it.Attachment 83268
    you should just start renting that sucker out haha

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    Re: rolling fenders

    Damn Mike. Has it been that long? You've gone full on monster mode with the Jeep fo sho, but the V too?? When are you back for break? I gotta see this.

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    Re: rolling fenders

    ive been home since the 16th of december lol, im leaving the 22 on january. The jeep just got a head and cam done on it lol my dad took my jeep one weekend instead of his because he didnt want to hurt his and ended up flooding my engine lmao... so all n all i ended up getting pistons that are 20 over an off road tq cam the head ported and polished and a few other goodies.

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    Re: rolling fenders

    I rolled my fenders pretty good. enough to tuck a forged 10.5 on a 285 in the rear. in case you're curious, there's a few pics here.

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    Re: rolling fenders

    Quote Originally Posted by tony tone View Post
    pic whore... well done

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilgCTS-V View Post
    ive been home since the 16th of december lol, im leaving the 22 on january. The jeep just got a head and cam done on it lol my dad took my jeep one weekend instead of his because he didnt want to hurt his and ended up flooding my engine lmao... so all n all i ended up getting pistons that are 20 over an off road tq cam the head ported and polished and a few other goodies.
    need pics

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    Re: rolling fenders

    Quote Originally Posted by shadybx7 View Post
    pic whore... well done
    I was discreet.

    nothing beats an illustration.
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    Re: rolling fenders

    haha there are pictures on my facebook aswell as a video of my dads scrambler spinning some 37's testing out the 4.56's
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    Re: rolling fenders

    Rolled my front and rear fenders with just a heat gun and rubber mallet. No need for a special tool.

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