My quigley e350 (2002) has a tiny bit of rubbing on the front tires when I'm turning and I'd like to trim the wheel wells a bit to make them fit better. I don't want to lift it higher... it's high enough and theres lots of clearance at the tops of the wheel wells, but it's tight at the back of the wheel.
I also don't want to just cut it and have a sharp edge there... I'd like to use the factory liner inside the wheel well too.
Was thinking of trying this technique:
Basically, just flatten out the existing lip, then re-bend it further back and trim. Should retain the factory look if donw right and give a little more clearance at the rear of the wheel well.
Anyone else donw this to their van and have any insight or tips before I dig into it?
Was also thinking of buying a fender roller to adjust the lip on the rear wheel wells also.