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    Default Fender roller rental 2018

    Who's still renting these out? Looked through a bunch of threads but they're all outdated

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    I rented one from TunerWorks in the past, was a pretty informal rental they just took a bit of my deposit and called it good. Not sure if they still do it?

    ... Also if you're going to be rolling your fenders MAKE SURE you heat them up well. I didn't do that on one of the fenders enough and cracked the paint. Don't make my mistake!

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    There should be a few on kijiji. Last summer rented one for $20 for the day + deposit held

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    Does anyone know who charges for the service, kinda of lazy to do all 4 sides

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    Thanks guys, the cheapest and most reputable person I've heard of is speed options. He quoted me $185 for my 2 rears when most others quoted around $250. He also said I can bring him the wheel I want to fit and he'll mount it and roll/pull the fender just enough for the wheel to clear. he'd also seal it off when finished to prevent any paint damage in the future. That seems like a a better deal to me since my garage isn't heated so not sure how effective a heat gun would be in this weather

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    Quote Originally Posted by MR2-3SGTE View Post
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    Thanks guys, the cheapest and most reputable person I've heard of is speed options. He quoted me $185 for my 2 rears when most others quoted around $250. He also said I can bring him the wheel I want to fit and he'll mount it and roll/pull the fender just enough for the wheel to clear. he'd also seal it off when finished to prevent any paint damage in the future. That seems like a a better deal to me since my garage isn't heated so not sure how effective a heat gun would be in this weather
    I had Speed Options roll some fenders on one of my cars a few years ago. Did a great job and even sealed everything up so water / moisture couldn't get behind the lip. Highly recommend.
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    That sounds really reasonable. Iíd pay for them to get done personally. Iíve seen way too many hackjobs at Calgary carshows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-hop View Post
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    That sounds really reasonable. I’d pay for them to get done personally. I’ve seen way too many hackjobs at Calgary carshows.
    Honestly it really isn't hard at all to do. It'll look like a hack job if you rush, but make small adjustments and take your time... It'll look professional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swak View Post
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    Honestly it really isn't hard at all to do. It'll look like a hack job if you rush, but make small adjustments and take your time... It'll look professional.
    Yet so many people manage to butcher it lol. Wavy rolls, cracked paint etc. If you care about the car Iíd personally want someone whoís done it a hundred times to do it, and $185 is pretty cheap. thatís just me though

    That being said Iím rolling my fenders myself. But itís to fit slicks, not slick rimz, so I donít care how it looks
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    I have a fender roller in rent for 25 bucks a day 200 dollar deposit pm me for number

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    I use the easton roller.

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