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    how to poke fender?

    Hello guys its me again, so I scrub out my plan for negative camber on my rear axle. I've search for other options on how can i tuck the excess 1inch of my wheels under the fender. So I'm thinking why not pull the fender out? can I DIY it? what tools should I need? thanks in advance for your reply...

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    Hello kabayan! First off, maybe you should tell more about your car (ie. is it lowered already, does it have wheel spacers, size of your tires/rims etc.). It would help if you can post pics of your car.. 'does not really matter if it's restored or not. :wink: Secondly, you may want to search YouTube for fender rolling tutorials.

    Welcome to JNC! :tu:

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    Magandang araw kabayan....Well its a galant sigma, got it just in time before they chopchop it on the junkshop it has a great engine. but its like 30% of the body of the car is rusted out pretty badly. Well I'm just planning to make a zombie like car, It is not yet lowered, can't drop it yet because the wheels will going to touch the fender, I'm just going to post a photo maybe tomorrow thankyou for the reply....cheers.....

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