Re: Roll Quarter/Fender Lips
I have used the tool once and it's one of those things that the more you have done it the better it comes out. You will want to heat the area you are working and go slow always keeping the area heated up. I used a heat shrink gun, your wife's hair blower won't do the trick.
Since you are thinking about renting the tool you might look into having it done instead. I spoke to a body shop that wanted $100 a wheel then checked craigslist and found several local places that specialize in rolling fenders for $25 - $35 a wheel. As it turns out all these lowered tuners running around do it to fit their tires and wheels too... At those prices it's not worth renting the tool and learning how to do it on a car that was just painted!
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