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sickcelica696
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Jan 17, 11:01am - #376420 
Howdo you cut and roll fenders for lambos

I have tried asking before but the only responses I've gotten are "look at the pictures". Wow I don't think I could have done that on my own..Anyways the pictures dont explain how to do it, what to use to cut it, how much and how to roll it, where to roll it and more. Can someone please give me a real answer on this...also why is it necessary?

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Jan 17, 11:20am - #376421 
just snip it where it needs to be rolled and fold it back into the inside of the fender.

you can use tin snips... i think that would be easiest.

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Jan 17, 11:54am - #376422 
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