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post #16 of 23 Old 05-28-2013, 03:46 PM
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They won't have any flex mixture, heating will allow the bend or stretch of the chemicals in the paint,
Even still, cracking and chipping is a normal thing to see when rolling.
Most all these issues are hidden although over a long period of time, rust is a greater issue because of this. Just keep your eyes peeled after the fact so you can catch it before it turns cancerous.

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Thanks guys. Well weather here looks to be 90 degrees with no rain for the next 5 days going Sunday to get them rolled so twy will have plenty of time to heat up.


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What's everyone do with the front fender lining if they had all 4 rolled?


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Fender roll went well. Found that my rear quarter panel has had work done.
( Thats another story)Only problem I had was the front fender lining won't stay up I got the passenger side to stretch with the heat need more work with the driver side lining


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What's everyone do with the front fender lining if they had all 4 rolled?
My front plastic liners are dangling and the outer edges have started to sag a little bit, so I might just trim a couple of inches off the next time I rotate my tires so they look neater.

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What I was able to do was actually heat the liner up and stretch it under the lip of the roll. And it actually held it quite well


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Duct tape it

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Haha the stretching of the liner was actually pretty easy


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