Home Made Fender Roller


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Thurman

Look Ma, No Hands!
Feb 26, 2017
97
306
69
Midway City
#1
I made this fender roller about 12 years ago and have used it plenty. Works great and saves a lot of time. The roller is close to the main body so it's really stout. I do one side at a time. Very smooth action.


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It's heavy duty and flexes very little.


I used readily available metal and bearings along with a large valve wheel and an old custom steering wheel. My machinist buddy made the rollers.
 
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WES PINCHOT

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Aug 16, 2006
2,636
1,157
CHICAGO AREA
#4
I made this fender roller about 12 years ago and have used it plenty. Works great and saves a lot of time. The roller is close to the main body so it's really stout. I do one side at a time. Very smooth action.


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INGENIOUS!
VERY CREATIVE!
HOW TALL DOES IT STAND?
THE ROLLERS LOOK PERFECTLY MATCHED.
THUMBS UP!
OPEN FOR BUSINESS?






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It's heavy duty and flexes very little.


I used readily available metal and bearings along with a large valve wheel and an old custom steering wheel. My machinist buddy made the rollers.
 

WES PINCHOT

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Aug 16, 2006
2,636
1,157
CHICAGO AREA
#5
I made this fender roller about 12 years ago and have used it plenty. Works great and saves a lot of time. The roller is close to the main body so it's really stout. I do one side at a time. Very smooth action.


View attachment 785417


View attachment 785418

THUMBS UP!
VERY INGENIOUS!
HOW FAR DOES IT STAND FROM THE FLOOR?
OPEN FOR BUSINESS?




View attachment 785419


It's heavy duty and flexes very little.


I used readily available metal and bearings along with a large valve wheel and an old custom steering wheel. My machinist buddy made the rollers.
 

Thurman

Look Ma, No Hands!
Feb 26, 2017
97
306
69
Midway City
#6
It's 42'' tall and I usually let someone roll their own because it's real easy to go flatten the edges if you accidentally roll off the edge.
 

WES PINCHOT

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Aug 16, 2006
2,636
1,157
CHICAGO AREA
#7
It's 42'' tall and I usually let someone roll their own because it's real easy to go flatten the edges if you accidentally roll off the edge.
ROLLING FENDERS IS AN ART!
NO PLACE FOR ACCIDENTALLY ROLLING OFF AN EDGE!
NICE OF YOU TO LET OTHERS USE THE ROLLER.
BUT, BE SURE AND GIVE INSTRUCTIONS BEFOREHAND.
ESPECIALLY WHEN ROLLING A FENDER AND IT GETS WIDER
AND THE FENDER NO LONGER FITS OVER THE TIRE.

THE HEIGHT TO ME INDICATES YOU MAY HAVE TO
SIT DOWN TO USE THIS MACHINE?
LIKE I SAID 'VERY INGENIOUS' AND CREATIVE!
 

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