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Eastwood Fender Roller Tool is rated 4.2941 out of 5 by 68.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tool! I needed to roll the rear fenders on my 1995 BMW M3 to accommodate wider wheels and track tires. The tool is very well made and looks like it could stand up to daily use. It was easy to assemble and fit my hubs with wheel studs perfectly. The fender roller worked exactly as described. The key is slow and steady, and keep the paint soft with heat. The instructions are pretty basic and fail to mention that the tool can be reconfigured if necessary to better fit the fender. That would have saved a little time but wasn’t too hard to figure out. I highly recommend this tool.
Date published: 2011-05-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Maybe this one slipped through QC The shipping was fantastic. The tool arrived packaged nicely and the roller looked good at first. That's was the only good part. However while using the tool I discovered the hand wheel part of it was misaligned when they welded it. I managed to roll my fender anyways but I quickly emailed customer service asap. 4 emails and I only got 1 reply back saying he would check if my tool was still under there 1 year warranty and customer service would get back to me. Still have not heard a single thing back!! Very frustrated with customer service.
Date published: 2015-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from all that could be expected This was as good as could be expected. I found out that rolling fenders is not a trivial task, then I found that these special "pliers" come out from eastwood today. This fender rolling tool is a fairly serious piece of metal, but I think the new "pliers" should be included in the kit...although they look like they need to be bigger. They weren't kidding about heating the paint, don't skip this step like I did. It may take two people even with the tool to do an excellent job of it...but I did get it done and I'm happy I bought the tool...most cheapskates use a baseball bat I've found.
Date published: 2009-08-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the fender roller! I just bought it and it works great! Love the item
Date published: 2015-03-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from 2 holes used on lowered car were 1/16" off The 2 holes that are used to mount the arm when using the tool on lowered cars were not in the right spot. They were off by 1/16" I had to drill the holes bigger before I could use the tool.
Date published: 2014-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 4+ years strong I have owned my fender roller for about 4 years now. I used it on all my vehicles as well as friends vehicles, and it has not let me down once. My car club ScionApocalypse uses it all the time, it works so good that some members even bought thier own roller to have. Works excellent when you need that extra clearance when air bags are being installed on the car. I recomend this tool to anyone and everyone with a custom car.
Date published: 2010-01-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great product I was very impressed with the tool. I had just painted my car and after lowering it I had a severe rubbing problem in the front. The roller worked great putting a nice edge on the fender without hurting the paint. The rear fenders however had a double layer of sheetmetal where the inner fender attached to the outer sheetmetal. While much more diffiicult I was still able to roll the fenders under to give me clearance
Date published: 2009-08-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from quality had decreases I use to have a older roller i bought years ago i put though its passes, rolled many cars and have long be involved in the "stance" scene. Recently i got a email offer showing how they are on sale so i decided to pick up a new one as my old one I've broken a few times and rewelded due to trying to heavly pull rear flares. The revised roller i got seemed alright but in the last 3 cars I've used it on I've repeatedly popped cotter pins and starting to damage the threads, the pivot point on the arm is not wide enough so it falls out of place. I've tried to correct this but there is nothing you can really do, this causes the threads to ride on the side of the arm, the pivot point on the base is not provided with large enough washers so the sleeve groves into the castle nut and puts unneeded pressure on it. all in all i feel that the quality of the product has dropped as i have a older model that I've used for years with out issue.
Date published: 2013-04-18
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will this work on a 1967 chevy chevelle

Asked by: hairball
This tool will work on the front fenders but not the rear fenders.
Answered by: Ed O 88
Date published: 2015-03-03

How far can this tool "push" a fender outward?  I need 1"+ additional clearance per wheel...

Asked by: slow50
We do not recommend using the tool for those sorts of excessive "pushes". It can be done but not safely, when you push a fender out that much, the top metal has the chance of bending in towards the hood, causing alignment of body panels wrong, and overall damage to the fender itself. Along with all of that, there are too many variables to go off of, to say if it would be successful or not.
Answered by: SeanA
Date published: 2015-01-19

Will this work on a late 60s car, such as my 68 Dart. The sheet metal is much sturdier than on a new car. On my car the fender lip is two layers of steel. 

Asked by: 68Dart
We do not recommend using this on two layer fender lips, as it usually strips out the center shaft. Some that do two layer fender lips will put slits into the lip to help it fold over easier.
Answered by: NickC
Date published: 2014-10-20

Hi, I'm French, I have a Ford Sierra Sapphire Cosworth with 4x108, will it work on it? Can you deliver it to France? Thank you, Best regards. Thierry

Asked by: Tncorp13

Will this tool work on a 1980 Camaro Z28? Thanks

Asked by: Softtrim
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Eastwood Fender Roller Tool

Item #31158 Brand: Eastwood

Pro-grade Fender Roller eliminates
tire rub on lowered vehicles


Eastwood's exclusive Fender Roller won't let your fender ruin expensive tires on lowered vehicles! Professional-grade fender roller tool helps you easily increase the clearance between your tire and the fender, roll the fenders, or repair wheel-arch collision damage.
  • Fender former eliminates tire rub by increasing tire-to-fender clearance
  • Adjustable fender-rolling roller gradually rolls the inner lip flat
  • Perfect for lowered vehicles and vehicles with larger wheels
  • Adjustable-height arm lets you work on a wide range of automotive and light truck applications

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About Eastwood Fender Roller Tool

Our exclusive fender rolling tool bolts directly onto the wheel's hub flange, and the elongated holes in the adapter plate fit all popular 4- and 5-bolt hubs. It's held in place with the included dished washers and your vehicle's lug nuts. Accommodates up to a 120.6 mm (4.75") 4- or 5-lug bolt circles. Forming arm adjustability ranges from a minimum of 14" to a maximum of 22-3/4" hub-center-to-edge-of-roller to handle most automotive and light truck projects. Non-returnable. Limited one-year warranty: if defective, we'll replace the tool.

Delrin® ball-bearing fender-former rolling tool is tough enough to easily form the fender, but without damaging the paint finish. To prevent paint from cracking when forming wheel arches, gently heat the paint before forming; we recommend our 50497 Heat Pro Deluxe Variable-Temperature Heat Gun Kit


Durable, heavy-duty powder-coated steel Fender Roller.


Q: Will the Fender Roller work on all passenger cars?
A: For the most part, yes, but won't work with vehicles with larger hubs, such as trucks, VWs and Porsches.

Q: Will it work on all fenders?
A: Yes, except dual-thickness flanged fenders, mostly found on the rear of full-size cars, such as a 1987 Grand National.

Q: What range will it extend?
A: From the center of the hub to the roller it will extend from 14" to 22-3/4".


Make sure vehicle is secure before removing wheels. Use high-quality jack stands and wheel chocks. Always wear eye, skin and respiratory protection.


Limited one-year warranty: Non returnable, if defective, we'll replace the tool.


Download Eastwood Fender Roller Tool instructions PDF

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50497 Heat Pro Deluxe Variable-Temperature Heat Gun Kit

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