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Thread: JimmiSPEC Fender roller/Snap-on heat gun rental/Blue Point infrared thermometer

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2011-05-19 23:57:28
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JimmiSPEC Fender roller/Snap-on heat gun rental/Blue Point infrared thermometer


I have recently purchased a fender roller and I am renting it out for other people to use so they don't have to buy everything themselves to only do it once.

I am also including my Snap-on heat gun which will help you to not crack your paint as you roll the fenders. I would recommend using heat settings 1-2 only as above that will exceed 300 degrees.



This professional quality fender lip rolling tool is designed to maximize the wheel well clearance when upgrading to a larger Tire & Wheel Package or when installing fender flares. Can also be used to repair wheel area damage.

The rolling tool fits all four- and five-lug wheel hubs up to 120mm bolt circle with hubs up to 72.5mm. Includes dished washers and vehicle lug bolts. Forming arm adjusts from 14" to 22-3/4" to roll lips flat. Delrin® ball bearing system forms the fender without damaging the paint. Heavy steel powder coating.


The rental fee is 40 dollars per vehicle and when you are done you need to pay for shipping to the next person.

I make no warranty as to how your fenders will turn out, and cannot be held responsible for any damage caused to your vehicle by use of my tools.

Directions: http://www.tirerack.com/images/accessories/product_images/medium/fenderlip.jpg

Currently NY5speed has it and Happynole will be getting it next. Please post up in list form.

1) NY5speed (shipped to Happynole)
2) Happynole
3) Zer099
4) Crim
5) Eggman
6) Penguin NX
7) Sciamop
8) Keo
9) Uly
10) CT locals
11) Nismo Sentra

Local CT guys:
1) Little Weezy (WRX)
2) Justin (Spec V)
3) Mr Sentra Spec V (B13)
Last edited by Jimithin7000 on 2011-10-20 at 02-51-41.
2011-05-20 00:34:37
#2
That's badass. Good stuff
2011-05-20 00:37:03
#3
Thats a nice thing to do for the community.Kudos to you,man.
If I wanted to borrow it,could I pay to have it shipped down?
We could have a fender rolling party down here!
2011-05-20 00:43:42
#4
Originally Posted by 92SentraSE-R
That's badass. Good stuff




Thanks man are you interested?
Last edited by Jimithin7000 on 2011-05-20 at 00-51-56.
2011-05-20 00:51:28
#5
Originally Posted by eggman
Thats a nice thing to do for the community.Kudos to you,man.
If I wanted to borrow it,could I pay to have it shipped down?
We could have a fender rolling party down here!


Happynole is getting this next to do his G20 and also his SE-R. Once he is done with it he can ship it to you. I am not against a fender rolling party but this is an expensive set of tools, I am actually still waiting on a thermometer I ordered to complete the set.

I am going on the honor system here guys and all I ask is that each person who is rolling there fenders using my tools pay for it per car. You seem like a stand up guy Eggman and I don't mind doing it for you and some friends.

I feel 40 dollars for the rental of these tools are pretty fair plus shipping to the next person.
2011-05-20 01:03:14
#6
40 plus shipping is a fair deal to me.
Happynole may even be able to bring it to me if hes done with it by the time he makes his next trip down to FL...he says hes coming down sometime soon.
Last edited by eggman on 2011-05-20 at 01-11-06.
2011-05-20 01:09:44
#7
Originally Posted by eggman
40 plus shipping is a fair deal to me.
Happynole may even be able to bring it to me if hes done with it by the time he makes his next trip down to FL...sometime soon.



Sounds like a plan I will add you to the list.
2011-05-20 01:58:51
#8
Cool,I have a heatgun,and bat that I rolled one cars fenders with.I am anxious to see the difference using the proper tool on my other car.
2011-05-20 03:03:43
#9
We own one of these here, and I used it to do my rear fenders. It's the only way to go IMO. What's with the TireRack sticker on an Eastwood tool? =]
2011-05-20 12:12:50
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Originally Posted by BenFenner
We own one of these here, and I used it to do my rear fenders. It's the only way to go IMO. What's with the TireRack sticker on an Eastwood tool? =]


I'm not sure, I purchased the tool from Tire Rack I assume maybe it was just a rebadge?
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