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anybody know any shops in the socal area for render rolling??? thanks for reading guys.
 

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yea im in buena park u down here 2?? lol. i see so many xbs but they are all women. like soccer moms.lol but hit me up some time it'd be nice to be shown around i just moved here from indiana. if it had indiana plates thats me.
 

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let me narrow it down. any local shops around the buena park area.lol. i get lost easy..
 

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thanks bro for the help my aim is homiegdogwanksta hit me up sometime.
 

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Super Autobacs does them for $50 a fender. Appointment only so they said. Kinda expensive, but I'm not sure of who else does it in North Orange County.
 

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thanks bro imma check them out latter tomorow.
 

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Are you kidding?! $50 a fender? $200 to do a car?! You can purchase the fender roller for $200-$250. Then you can do your own, and all of your friends. And you can charge others who aren't your friend. :)
 

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where can i find this fender roller you speak of???
 

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VISION AUTOSPORT they are in hacienda heights, ask for Nat, hes good.
They are at a better price. $30 bucks a fender, but I'm not to hyped on the job they did on mine. Lots of banging, little rolling, and chipped A LOT of paint that did somewhat run to the outside. I had asked them before doing the job if they used a heat gun while doing it, and they said yes. When I took it back to have them roll a little more due to still rubbing no heat gun was used.

Next time I'm doing it myself. That way if I jack it up there's no one to blame but me, and I could take my time to do it right.
 

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They are at a better price. $30 bucks a fender, but I'm not to hyped on the job they did on mine. Lots of banging, little rolling, and chipped A LOT of paint that did somewhat run to the outside. I had asked them before doing the job if they used a heat gun while doing it, and they said yes. When I took it back to have them roll a little more due to still rubbing no heat gun was used.

Next time I'm doing it myself. That way if I jack it up there's no one to blame but me, and I could take my time to do it right.
damn sorry to hear that.. i got mine done there too and no problem so far...
 

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i wonder if you can rent this tool. hhmmm i wonder. i wonder where. thanks for the info guys.
 

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for 250 i mind as well buy the roller and do it myself. lol... i havent debated yet.
 

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True. But keep in mind that you get your deposit back (less shipping charges) once you return the roller. Even with shipping, renting the roller and doing its yourself will probably cost you less than paying someone else to do it. And you don't have to trust some monkey you don't know to do the delicate work.
 
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