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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
Total Produced: 71,212 - Years Produced: 1992 to 1999


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Old Thu, May-29-2008, 04:01:19 AM   #1
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I've got an Eastwood fender rolling tool that I'm willing to rent out to those who need it. It has only been used once (by myself) & was only test-fitted by the person who originally purchased it. Also included is a Heat-Pro Deluxe heat gun.

Here's the deal:


I bought the tool for over $250, so I will have the rentee make a deposit of said $250. I will then ship you the tool. Use it and ship it back when you're done, paying for return shipping. Once I receive the tool & have confirmed that it has not been damaged, I will refund you the full amount, less $30 (convenience fee), the exact amount paid to ship to you, & the $7.55 paypal fee.

If I determine that parts are missing or need replacing, cost of replacement or repair will be deducted from final returned amount.

I'm hoping the $30 is a reasonable fee. I'm really not trying to make money off of this; rather, I'm just trying to make it slightly worth my time as well as recoup some of the costs of the tool(s) to begin with. I'd like to think of this as a favor more than anything else.

Returns should be made using the same packaging, unless the box arrived in poor condition. I will include the manufacturers' instructions as well as my own notes & supplements.

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Cliff Notes:
1. PM me if interested
2. I put you on the list, you paypal me $250 deposit
3. I send you tools w/ instructions
4. You return tool in good condition & in a timely manner
5. I send you your money back, less S&H, $7.55 paypal fee, & $30 convenience fee
6. Party Time


DISCLAIMER: I WILL NOT BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR DAMAGE DONE TO PAINT OR THE INTEGRITY OF YOUR PANELS. I SUPPLY THE TOOLS, YOU SUPPLY THE COMMON SENSE. SAVVY?


I will keep a running list of who currently has the tool, who's next in line, etc...



Revisions will come as the system runs into "obstacles". Hope this little service is of use to some of you! The tool will go out on a 'first come, first serve' basis. Please PM me or post here with interest; I will then contact you with my paypal address and answer any questions you may have.



Moderators: If possible I'd like to keep this thread in the E36 section for a bit. I'm not trying to sell anything, & I'd like E36ers to get first dibs as I know them a little better. Thanks in advance.
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Any way to STICKY this thing up ? ....

Remember never roll COLD paint, you will crack your paint if your not gentle and the paint has to be somewhat warm.
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Any way to STICKY this thing up ? ....

Remember never roll COLD paint, you will crack your paint if your not gentle and the paint has to be somewhat warm.
Hence why the heat gun will be included with plenty of instructions.
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The heat gun is a great idea, but they get super hot.. I was going to say just let the person borrowing the tool use their hair dryer.. almost everyone has one and it would heat the paint up enough.
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The heat gun is a great idea, but they get super hot.. I was going to say just let the person borrowing the tool use their hair dryer.. almost everyone has one and it would heat the paint up enough.
Yeah, I'll include instructions on ideal temperature settings, how/where to blow (), etc... & if a person doesn't want to be responsible for the heat gun, I'll leave it out & reduce the initial deposit.
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That's an awesome deal and I would take you up on it if my friend didn't own one :-)
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That's an awesome deal and I would take you up on it if my friend didn't own one :-)
Thanks man, I'm hoping people will agree with you. I like helping people out, & hopefully this will turn into a good thing!
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My fenders are already rolled pretty nicely, but I might need to do some touch up work in the future. I'll DEFINITELY be using your services. Great idea, thanks!!!
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My fenders are already rolled pretty nicely, but I might need to do some touch up work in the future. I'll DEFINITELY be using your services. Great idea, thanks!!!
Well if you had held onto these Forgelines, this service would have never been made available!

Everyone thank Bobby for causing such good problems.
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