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I think I have come up with 2 many new projects and modifications for my FB. So its time to step back and complete something on my last list. Sometime in the past 4-5 months I saw a tool in either Mustang Monthly or Mustang and fords in the new bits or the new stuff columns. It was made to roll the inner fenders on the Mustang. The tool was shaped like the curve of the fender and it was about 40 bucks I seem to recall. I just can't find it in my pile here, maybe I lost that issue. Does anyone remember seeing the tool, or does anyone know who sells it? Thanks,
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Cannot find my catalog but try the Eastwood Co. they have an Online site. I thin I just saw one in the last issue.

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Now that's a neat tip!

Sounds like the advice of someone who's been there and done that!

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its made by Chicane Sport Tuning, Torrance, Cali. The number I have for them is 310-782-0063.

This is the sort of tool you tend to use once and then it gathers rust so
if you get one let me know what you would take for it after you are done with it. I've been looking for a used one for some time.

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As a confirmation on the baseball bat trick.. It works well. Its fast and it
does a nice job. I have always wanted to try it with an aluminum bat. Don't
mess up a nice car.. please.
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I had to roll the lip of a repo fender recently.My panel beater
grabbed a length of 3" pipe & while he held the pipe,I drove the car slowly back & forth.The job took all of 2 minutes!
Greg

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