Have you thought about changing the tire size? If you go to a 60's series tire somewhere around a 24.5" - 25" overall diameter they would clear and you wouldnt have to roll the fenders.
I have read articles where they use a baseball bat between the tire and fender and just move the car slowly and allow the bat to ride along with the tire. Never tried it so i cant tell you if it is a good way to do it.
I watched several different YouTube videos on various ways to do it. There are tools for rolling fenders, but are somewhat costly. Using a round bar such as a jack handle, BB bat, or stiff pipe seems to work fine while rolling the inner fender lip. The trick is to heat the paint with a heat gun to keep it from cracking. The tires & wheels are brand new, just got them from CJP and were recently put them on. Hate to have to swap tires, will see tho.
'66 289A code, Manual 4spd, Dual exhaust with GT valance, Deluxe Emberglo and Parchment Pony Interior
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