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    Rolling Arches

    i want to get my rear arches rolled,,,,,whas the best place near me in the south east to do it,,,ive just had one my arches painted slightly and the other ones mint so want to get them rolled without damaging the paint,,,ideally need this mods to house some 16x9 hopefully.......rough prices of what i should be paying for the pair would be great too


  2. #2
    Join Date
    21st June 2004
    Wigan, UK
    Im guessing you mean rolled as in just getting the inner lip rolled back. I have never seen this done where the paint doesnt crack. I have even tired it myself many times using a lot of differant methods, including lots of heat, and the paint still cracks. This will allow water to get in and start to rust under the paint.
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  3. #3
    Join Date
    10th March 2004
    Surrey darling!
    Yeah I tried having all that done with my old mk3 golf, the only safe way is to have it rolled then the panel resprayed. Most body shops should be able to do that but sorry can't recommend any in London. Springfields in Guildford are good though, crash repair center for VW in Sly Field Industrial estate
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  4. #4
    cheers for all the info and help guys

  5. #5
    Join Date
    12th October 2004
    west sussex
    my corrado had its wheel arches rolled by previous owner a guy called andy (the golfmeister 07801477793) he had a good job done and the paint is still perfect
    helious blue 2,042cc 16v,ported head,schrick cams,jmr flowed exhaust manifold,mocal oil cooler,flowed inlet manifold (50mm),k+n drilled box,full miltek stainless,borbet deep dish 9x16s alloys,avo adjustable shocks(-60mm),g60 brakes,drilled discs,rolled arches,black momo steering wheel and boss,silver momo gear knob

  6. #6
    how many of u guys running 9x16 rims and what type of mods have you done to your arches to accomodate these wheels ???

    thanks in advance

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    CF Nutter
    Join Date
    23rd March 2003
    A beautiful village in South Bucks

    This is the guy that has done alot of Asim's car:

    Payne's In Iver, Bucks.
    01753 653 424.
    Ex Corrado VR6 Storm
    Ex Corrado G60

  8. #8
    Storm, cheers mate was thinking of giving these guys a call anyway.... heard big things abt them

  9. #9
    Join Date
    5th August 2004
    east grinstead
    How well do you reckon this works?

    '94 Corrado VR6 and '71 Ghia Conv. It's a Karmann thing...

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    robhearne, loooks pretty good,, prob work quite well if u heat u0p the paint....... anyone kno anyone in my area with one

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