why cant a body shop roll a feaken fender. i need to roll mine because if i put adults in the back i better wacht out. how do we roll emRedRacer said:I just put a 245/35/19 in front and a 275/30/19 in the rear. I was hoping not to roll the rear fenders, but I'm going to have to. They rub when I give it 1/2 trottle and the rear end swats. The fender roller is on order and should be here within the next couple of days!!!
Some can...others won't. Here's the deal... I know that I can do it. I have confidence in myself, but I don't have the confidence in a body shop that I don't know. The price of the tool ($250) is close to the amount a body shop will charge to do the work. I can sell the tool (anyone interested???) and make back most of my money.EEZ GOAT said:why cant a body shop roll a feaken fender. i need to roll mine because if i put adults in the back i better wacht out. how do we roll em
Awesome post, O5GTO. Your car looks great, too.Paisan said:Ok guys debating getting the 17s v. 18s on my new GTO. What's the deal with them? Why are the 18s only 235 v. 245 on the 17s? I'm tempted to get the 17s just cause they are wider.
do u get passengers in the back? is there any rubbing there?. put i 2 kids in the back and i could not get a finger under the rear fender lip. drove 85 miles home and did not rub but i belive if i get adults back there iam in troubleb_a_betterperson said:Awesome post, O5GTO. Your car looks great, too.
Regarding the 235/245 thing -- the factory BFG tires have a square shoulder. If you buy a tire with a rounded shoulder, like the Falken Ziex, you can get more rubber under there. I'm running 2454018s on all four corners -- with no rubbing at all.