Southern California fender rollling/wheel fitment

Big thanks to AL (punk138) zilvia, great friend and got me really going in this rolling/fitment game
-been rolling fenders since 2008
-this blog will show work ive done, reviews, fitment issues, product reviews, etc...
name is AWDalbert on Nasioc and Zilvia
MxAlbert on clubroadster.net
email address - xbetocorex@yahoo.com
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TL touch up



Past customer returned for a touch up after changing tire sizes. HRE wheels






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RSX on works making room for later


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after
finished fronts


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simple roll miata



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after

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9/04/2010 Shakotan Showoff @ autoclub speedway

Fatlace&Dsport bring you the Shakotan Showoff


September 4th 2010
Autoclub Speedway/Dragway

IDRC/Dsport is throwing an event at the California Speedway on Sept 4th in Sunny Southern California and we’re bringing the SHAKOTAN Auto Showcase to you. Its bringing all motorsports together from Drag Racing, Drift Cars, and all types of Show cars all in one.

SHAKOTAN Auto Showcase welcomes all VIP, Drift, Classic, Boso & Ruckus to showcase your cars.



event link click here

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Drift day with the fellas (fancy pancy drift team )

went out to Balcony at Willow Springs for a night drifting session.

the day started out with some maintenance getting one to Alex's coupe


mmmmmmmmm propper fitment



all loaded up and ready to go.

Uriel (Fancy Pancy)



Jesse (fancy Pancy)


on the road

yours truly Albert (AWDfitted)


AL
Jose
Arnaldo
Red monster Jose's hatch (Fancy Pancy)
unloaded

Drivers Meeting

peepsVonStar!!!

Ready to slide
zoooooommmm
getting into trouble
the squad

good crowd
night fall


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Dennis, and his 04 wrx wagon. (the bumper mods)



pulled and modded all 4 corners for a very aggressive setup. we will see what is to come for this ride.









fronts





ok here is how to modify that section that keeps rubbing past the bumper



1. detach bumper from by removing the 1 10mm bolt that holds the assembly together, I like to use a micro fiber towel to keep the bumper away from the body panel.

2. using metal cutting sheers I cut a slit where the bumper meets the fender, heat well as if you were rolling fenders

than bang upwards and in using a rubber mallet. be very careful making sure that the mallet does not slip


3. repeat on other side




banner shot (thanks Noel)


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