How To Flare a Fender - Mustang - from Eastwood
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In this installment of R&D Corner, Mark shows how easy it was to flare a
first generation Ford Mustang Fender - and the tips and
techniques can be applied to any steel fender, regardless of make, model or
year. He cuts, grinds, welds and paints until the fender is finished and
Eastwood MIG Welder 135 Amp
Eastwood's own MIG 135 Welder: as good as the "name brands", but at a
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that match—and even exceed—the more expensive competition!
Welds mild and stainless steel, 24-ga. to 1/4"
25-135-amp welding range
Powered by standard 120v household current
Compare to similar welders that sell for over $500
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Eastwood Concours HVLP Paint Spray Gun w/1.2 Tip
Concours HVLP Spray Gun with 1.2mm tip sprays-on a "show-car" finish...yet
it's powered by your home compressor with only 4 cfm @ 29 psi!
No need to buy an expensive pro paint gun when Eastwood's full-size HVLP
Concours Spray Gun has the same impressive features at a fraction of the
cost. And your home compressor provides all the air power you'll need (4
cfm @ 29 psi) to work with it.
Includes 1 stainless steel needle/nozzle/air cap (1.2mm)
Compatible with solvent and waterborne coatings
Anodized adjustment knobs and air cap ring
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360HP STAR ROAD DATSUN FAIRLADY S30Z WALKAROUND
Come and take a closer look at Star Road's insane L28 powered S30Z Fairlady
that is literally the perfect mix of both the old and new schools. I walk
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100mm AE86 Fender Flares - Part 1
Vented 100 mm fender flares I made for the AE86. The fender arches are
brought up higher that way I have no rubbing issues drifting this at full
lock, The car is fully slammed and measures inch and a half from ground to
How To Roll Fenders - Ford Mustang - Eastwood
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Professional-grade fender former tool helps you easily increase the
clearance between your tire and the fender, flare the fenders, or repair
wheel-arch collision damage. And the professional heat gun included helps
prevent the paint from cracking when forming wheel arches.
Fender former eliminates tire rub by increasing tire-to-fender clearance
Adjustable fender-rolling roller gradually rolls the inner lip flat
Perfect for lowered vehicles and vehicles with larger wheels
Adjustable-height arm lets you work on a wide range of automotive and light
Heat Gun warms the paint to prevent paint from cracking. IR thermometer
shows the temperature on a digital display.
Watch as we roll the fender lips on a 2002 Ford Mustang in this video.
Fender Finisher from Eastwood - Roll Fenders With Ease!
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Fender Finisher® easily "rolls" front fender lips to increase tire
clearance without having to remove the wheel
Fender Finisher Tool "rolls" the sharp inner edge of the fender to produce
a rolled edge that will not interfere with the tire when suspension
The easiest way to gently alter factory edges
Reduce wheel rub on a lowered front end
Great for large wheel/tire combos
No need to remove tire; use in your garage or driveway
1972 Datsun 240Z run. (One last good time before I sold it)
Right before I sold it...
Clicking noise is a leak in the balancing tube (welded day after this
video) Some sloppy shifts due to slack in the rear end and un-adjusted
clutch with cracked clutch arm bracket.
I loved/love this car! So much fun to drive...