You are not hitting it with the bat, you just roll carefully along the inner ridge of the fender while appling upward pressure. If you take your time and move the inner ridge a little at a time (heating the paint with a hair dryer as you go) you can achieve excellent results.pics of the turn out plz? it scares me to think of taking a bat to my 6
i used a pretty thick broomstick and it worked perfect..the car was pretty low and it scrapped like crazy in the rear, i have 19's x 8.5 on 225/35/19, i stuck the broom stick between the tire and where it rubbed and had a friend drive the car slowly forward and as the tire rolled it pushed the broomstick against the fender and tadahhhh perfect roll...no dents no chipping paint no nothingdo you guys think its necessary to rent the fender rolling tool or could it be done just as effectively with another tool, read the archives looking for alternative method. please link if you can.