mazda 5 front fender front wheel arch

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MAZDA 6 I GG GY Fender Roller Rental

Hey guys long time no see....again Basically my brother who has an 03 6 ATX might need to roll his fenders We are still debating what we should do but i remember a while back a member was renting out his fender roller does anybody know this users name. I tried searching for it but I came up with nothing useful. Thanks in advance -Brad

I was looking a couple of weeks ago too. I copied this off of the topic I started I couldn&39t wait I went to Walmart and bought a wooden rolling pin(4.50) and a heat gun(22.00) then went to Home Depot and bought a pre-cut piece of PVC pipe that was 2 diameter x 24 long(2.30). I ran the heat gun about 4 in front of the rolling pin as my cousin sat in the car w it in nuetral and slowly walkeddrifted

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Wasn&39t there a member renting out a fender roller

Before u guys(and girls) give me a hard time and tell me to do a search I did. I typed in fender rolling fender and roll---Nada. I remember reading a post where a member bought a fender roller and was renting it out to members. Could someone please point me to the thread

I couldn&39t wait I went to Walmart and bought a wooden rolling pin(4.50) and a heat gun(22.00) then went to Home Depot and bought a pre-cut piece of PVC pipe that was 2 diameter x 24 long(2.30). I ran the heat gun about 4 in front of the rolling pin as my cousin sat in the car w it in nuetral and slowly walkeddrifted forward. This rolled the rolling pin into the wheel well in between the tire and

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MAZDA 6 I GG GY 18 wheels

Just bought some 18 wheels w235 45 VR tires. looks awesome and rides great except when I corner hard the rear seems to be rubbing the fender a bit. anyone have any solutions will stiffer shocks in the back help or do I have to roll the fenders

Quote Originally posted by blendzol Sep 21 2005 0544 PM Yes it does. Thank you for the reply. Can I change the shocksstruts or springs to a stiffer version to eliminate the extra bounce and then maybe it won&39t rub [snapback]513984[snapback] Possibly you could achieve this with an incredibly stiff shock although even if that did work to eliminate some travel you have to remember that less travel yields

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Driving on RX8 Wheels...

I am picking up some RX8 wheels from a friend in Miami this weekend and I am going to put them on my 6 after I get back... How long can the 6 be driven on without marking or slicing the tire I do not EVER put any weight on the back end nothing in trunk or rear seats... Thanks BEN

Quote Originally posted by SEC_6s Nov 8 2005 1228 AM From this post suggests if your careful driving it will not be a problem. From crossbow he also in another reply says unless you push the car many have reported no rubbing. So careful driving and you will be OK most likely. Post your results of the fender roll and how far they went with it. I&39m interested in whether the roll needed is this drastic.

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Need help with wheel issues

Recently i just bought a set of 17x8 28mm offset wheels on 2254517 tires and they fit but rub a lot only in the rear. I am lowered on coils with about 12 inch wheel gap and i was wondering if i change the tire size to a 215-40-17 if that will solve my issue without raising the car

Quote Originally Posted by SamSamSam The rear fenders that u rolled arent enough. U gotta pull that area slightly to stop the rubbing. 1. the area youre most likely rubbing on is towards the front of the arch.

MAZDA 6 I GG GY RX8 rims and tyre choice (UK spec)

Hi all I&39m a newcomer to the forum I&39ve read as much information as i can on this but am still getting mixed information so would really appreciate some help. I currently have a 2003 UK mazda 6 with standard suspension which has stock 16 rims with a tyre size of 2055516. However i want to change the rims to the RX8 8 x 18 ones. My predicament is with the selection of tyre size to go for as this

Quote i want to avoid rubbing on the fenders or on the wheel arch liners. From reading through the site i guess i have two real choices 1. 2254018 2. 2354018 However would either of these cause rubbing issues and how much Also which would be better to go for in your opinion[b] The only certain way to know if a tyre will rub is to mount it and see if it rubs. Neither size tyre is likely to rub on the upper part of the fender liner even when jounced up by a bump. As to rubbing on the upper control arm (front) or inside of the fender lip (rear) it will vary depending on the offset of the new wheels. Certainly the 225 mm wide tyre is less likely to rub than the 235 mm wide one. One rough and ready way to estimate is with your stock tyres mounted to check the minimum clearance between the rear fender and the tyre. Making no other change than that of going from a 205 mm wide tyre to a 225 mm wide tyre will subtract 1 cm (10 mm) of that clearance. (225 - 205 20 distributed half on each side of the tyre&39s centerline.) The offset of the North American spec 16 wheel is 55 mm that is the center of the wheel is 55 mm closer to the center of the car than the mounting hub. If you know the offset of the RX-8 wheels you can compare the two offsets to see how much more of your clearance you will lose. If a 22540R18 tyre will fit without rubbing I can on the basis of personal experience (on a non-mazda6 vehicle however) recommend this brand and model tyre for the application.

PONTIAC SOLSTICE Front License Plate

Ive a Solstice in Spain to try and pass the tests to be able to drive on the public roads in Europe. Ive sent a post Lighting Issue to ask for help regarding rear amber signal lights the amber wheel arch light rear red fog lights etc. etc. Im not asking if anyone can give me help in getting a front license plate fixing and where to put it. I know this will ruin the look of this awesome looking car

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Rear springsuspension height

Is it just my car or does it seem to everyone else that the back end of the 6 sits a few inches lower(wheel is closer to fender) than on the front wheelfender There is nothing in the trunk but golf clubs and i rarely have people in the back seat. I&39m thinking about telling my dealer that i want new springs under warranty but i don&39t think he&39s going to budge on that and i wanted to know if anyone

I can see that the gap between tire and fender is smaller in the rear than in the front but I don&39t thing the car actually sits lower. My guess is that there is more tire clearance built into the higher arch of the front fenders to keep the tires from hitting the fender lip when the wheel is turned causing the tires to not be inside the fender anymore.

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Tanabe NF210 Owners

Hey guys Im looking for a sort of user review from members who either have had NF210s on their car or still do. Im really drawn to the Comfort part of the spring since this is my daily driver. I have a 6s MTX Sedan. Things Im looking for 1. 6i or 6s (and MTX or ATX) 2. Any rubbing issues (Im on RX-8 with 2254018) 3. Any issues with the spring being too soft 4. What was the actual drop you experienced

Quote Originally Posted by 1Kris06 2004 v6 sedan stock suspension front- 27.5 rear- 26 58 and if anyone cares (ground to piece either side of wheel well) front bumper- 8 34 front side skirt- 7.5 rear side skirt- 7.5 rear bumper- 9 Quote v6 sedan mtx tanabe nf210 (using center of wheel arches) RF 26 LF 25 12 front 25 34 RR 26 12 LR 25 78 Rear 26 14 1. 6s mtx 2. no rubbing. rolled the fenders just in

MAZDA 6 I GG GY Anyone run 245-40-18&39s on RX8 Rims

I did a test fit of some winter tire about a year ago on the back but didn&39t think about trying the front (concerned about when turning at full lock) ... need new tires come Spring so I&39d like to know if anyone&39s tried them. Thx

Just thought Id update this. I installed a set of Toyo Versado LX in 245-40-18 and they look awesome and no rubbing as long as your fender lips are rolled. Just make sure to go almost all the way down the side towards the rocker panel on the front side of the wheel arch. Once I can wash the car Ill take some pics but very meaty and aggressive and the car is up a wee bit higher from the 235-40-18s so less issues with scraping the front.

Quote Originally Posted by LBV Just thought Id update this. I installed a set of Toyo Versado LX in 245-40-18 and they look awesome and no rubbing as long as your fender lips are rolled. Just make sure to go almost all the way down the side towards the rocker panel on the front side of the wheel arch. Once I can wash the car Ill take some pics but very meaty and aggressive and the car is up a wee bit higher from the 235-40-18s so less issues with scraping the front. cool we need pics for sure

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