SIKstep Blog | How To | Rolling Fenders and Coilover Install | Part 2
removed the old koni/racing beat set-up for a better fitting set of TEIN Flex coilovers. http://www.sikstep.com
EUROTEC PRODUKTS - Traditional dent pulling techniques
EUROTEC PRODUKTS demonstration of the dent repair system featuring the AP95 Airpuller, Pulflex and the Multipuller Dent Puller System.
Power-TEC 92269 Wheel Arch Reforming Tool
The new Power-TEC Wheel Arch Reforming Tool is designed to roll out damage on the wheel arch lip and adjacent panels. It is also used to role back a wheel arch lip to give clearance when wider wheels and tyres are fitted. http://www.power-tec.co.uk/item.aspx?item=7759
Tutorial: Roll your fenders for FREE (with a bat)
fender roll your car for free with just 3 tools. - heat gun - car jack - bat (metal use with a towel or tape) KEY TIP : take your time & take your time. & heat well and evenly (almsot too hot to the touch) Tutorial w/ pictures, i used as reference http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1777067 You want the fenders to be between 175F and 200F. When I roll fenders, we use a heat gun and a IR temp gun to monitor the temps. In the beginning, we tested the heat gun on a old plastic bumper and the paint bubbled at around 275-300F. I've had the paint up to 225F with no bad effects. I prefer to roll fenders as a two man job, one rolling and one running the heater gun/temp gun.