[BiturboS4] S4 Frustrations - Suspension

Philip Pace pjpace at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 14 08:32:51 EDT 2002

Rolling the fenders is a pretty common event here in Chicago. There is some
equipment you can rent over the internet and it (IIRC) attaches to the lugs and
then forces the fender out a little. They include some device to heat up the
fender first, which reduces the stress on the metal and paint. I wouldn't ever
do this myself, but many people around here have done it (the local group
considered purchasing the equipment instead of renting). E-mail me off list,
and I'll hook you up with the last guy to do it - he had great luck.
     -Phil P.

--- Ti Kan <ti at amb.org> wrote:
> Troy Smith writes:
> > *	Upper shoulder of front tire rubs the very inside edge of the lip
> > the fender and the wheel well liner during turns while driving style
> > aggressive and when a 'bump' is encountered while driving straight at
> speeds
> > in excess of 40 MPH.  The 'rub' is only for a brief second but
> > noticeable in the cabin of the vehicle and certainly not good for the
> tires.
> > At this point tire damage is minimal but frustrating.
> You can have someone roll-in the inside of the fender wheel opening lip
> just a little to avoid the rub.  It's often done with a baseball bat.
> it's not something to be done by the inexperienced or faint of heart, as
> there is a possibility that the job might be botched and cause the paint
> to crack, but if done right it would solve the problem and look no
> different than stock.
> -Ti

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