Eastwood Fender Finisher - Hand Fender Former Tool

    Item #11537 Brand: Eastwood

    Details

    Fender Finisher® easily "rolls" front fender lips to increase tire clearance without having to remove the wheel Fender Finisher Tool "rolls" the sharp inner edge of the fender to produce a rolled edge that will not interfere with the tire when suspension compresses
    • The easiest way to gently alter factory edges
    • Reduce wheel rub on a lowered front end
    • Great for large wheel/tire combos
    • No need to remove tire; use in your garage or driveway

    About Eastwood Fender Finisher - Hand Fender Former Tool

    Extended-reach handle gives you the leverage you need to "roll" fenders easily. A typical car will take 20-30 minutes, and can be done without jacking-up the car or removing the wheel. Stamped steel frame with molded hand grips and a durable powder-coated finish. Replaceable rubber pads (two extra included) will not damage painted surfaces. Tool weighs 2.5 lbs. and is about 12" long overall.


    Application

    Use the Fender Finisher to "roll" the inner sheet metal lip of the front fenders to gain more clearance when going to a larger size wheel/tire combo, or lowering the vehicle.


    FAQs

    (Q) How do I avoid damaging the automotive paint?
    (A) Use a heat gun to gently heat the paint on the outside of the fender as you use work.


    Instructions

    Click here for product instructions


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    be careful with this tool (Posted on 4/2/2013)
    Review by joe
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    Be careful with this tool...there are 6 screws that hold one of the rubber pads on...if you're really trying to pinch the finders and squeeze too hard the screws will Nick and scratch the paint. It did its job, but the paint is nicked around one of my fenders now.
    Good tool (Posted on 2/2/2013)
    Review by cinci dubbin
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    Found that this tool works best when the fenders are already rolled with the rolling tool. I use it to make the inner lip flush with the fender. All in all, its not meant to roll them by itself, it leaves marks in paint if used alone.
    Needs bigger Outer mallet to work well (Posted on 12/18/2010)
    Review by Markspd6
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    The interior part of these pliers are good at pushing in welds retainers and stubborn bits of metal.. But, the outer rubber piece is too small and hard for most newer automotive sheet metal and can leave small welt marks! A larger softer outer panel grip With more free play is needed.. Maybe even a small suction cup type attchment? I will probably end up making my own. Overall a usefull tool for the price.
    save your cash if you have an older car (Posted on 8/15/2010)
    Review by jake
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    if you have an older car with thick fenders. this will not do it. even the alum front fenders on my 81 porsche are to much for this thing. handles are cheap with no padding and slip off when you have to use SUPER HEMAN STRENGTH to even attempt to fold a fender. Now on a newer thin metal car, this thing would ROCK! but not so much on older cars. on to the old wooden bat trick for me.
    buy the roller (Posted on 8/15/2010)
    Review by ducman82
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    even my 81 porsche had fender that are to much for this thing. the paper thin new car fenders i can see this working on. should not have wasted my money
    good (Posted on 1/26/2010)
    Review by 69 scrambler
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    This is a great tool for rolling front fenders , but not strong enough to do a back quarter that has a wheel well welded to it . One of those handy tools that pays for itself even if you only use it once
    not for old cars (Posted on 1/9/2010)
    Review by twobel-airs
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    Eastwood has a lot of cool products that I've always been happy with, but not this time. I can see how this tool would work easily on new cars with thin metal, but it wouldn't do anything to the steel fenders on my 59 chevy Bel-Air
    Flender Finisher (Posted on 11/3/2009)
    Review by PJ
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    Great item. I had a tire catching the front fender and bendiing out the lip. A repair shop said it would cost around $150 to repair it That week on the cover of your catalog was the tool I needed. I bought it immediately, fixed the fender and at half the cost of a repair shop. Thanks and keep inventing great items like this,
    At first highly skeptical, one of the best tools I've used (Posted on 9/4/2009)
    Review by Dakota Mac
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    It might sound crazy and I'm sure I'm not the first person to attempt this but I've been trying to build a car around a set of big tires I got for a song. Also on a tight budget keeping the tires in the fender wells without back halving the car. At this point I think I might have the record for the time spent on working on a car 32 years. I should write a book about it. My life has centered around this car since I was 6 years old. The Fender Finisher worked perfectly as advertised. I am a little mad that I didn't invent it though. Thanks.

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