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Guard flaring/rolling.


Enervated
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if you want the guards rolled (lip i assume you want) my brother may be able to do it for you if he has some time.

as for guard flaring, this will damage your paint, so is doable, but you will need to do some repainting.

-smurff

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Or and as horey as it sounds just use a cricket bat (handle end) with the wider tyres on there and roll the car back n forward slowly with the bat between the guard and tyre ... Seen it done n seems to work wat do you expect westies save money where possible lol

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 LAZLO said:

smurff how much would your brother do it for

i can ask him when he gets home, he has a rolling tool and also the little hammers for odd spots

-smurff

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just talking to my brother, he says 2 gaurds $40 all four $80. he is moving house atm though, so may not be able to do anything untill he has moved.

Pm me and i will give you his number and he can fill you in on any details. he is in pakuranga.

-smurff

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that is to have the guard rolled, if your after a flare, this will have to be discussed as it involves paint damage. if you want his number PM me.

-smurff

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I beleive it's still factory ride height. I spoke with mag and turbo and they stated that only a 18x7.5 is max that will fit without modding anything. Then other people I know who have worked with tyres before say a 18x8 will fit so I'm quite confused.

And smurff, I'll keep that in mind.

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 Enervated said:

Where'd you get yours from?? mag and turbo seem to bulls*** I think.

They probably play it safe given that they dont want to send away a customer with a product that isnt fit for purpose.

Then again, I might be over estimating the intelligence of your average Mag N' Turbo worker!

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