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Purolator dropped off a package from Eastwood today and Drivers Edge/FastEd got me the first parts of my next project!

The package from Eastwood had this:


I wanted to be sure if I hit any bumps that I wouldn't ruin the tires on my 20's, so figured this was the easiest way. The fender will rub lightly once in a while if I hit a good bump, so better to be safe than sorry!

...and this is part of whats going onto my next project for the car:



:D I can't wait to get the rest of the stuff!
 

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Icarus,

I used one of these tools recently to roll the fender lips on my '97 T-Bird. The lessons I learned are to take your time, work on small sections, and use a heat gun to get the metal REALLY HOT before you try to reshape it! Also, if you don't remove your rear brake calipers, you won't be able to reach the rearmost few inches of the fender opening with the roller.
 
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