Responsible friend drives car back and forward while you gently lever the pipe downwards to push up against the lip and neatly roll it up.
(Try this at your own risk - it is VERY dangerous...)
That was the plan for my ZC Fairlane, but the 34 year old tuff steel didn't want to play the game, so we ended up pounding the lip up with a 1kg hammer while dollying the outside with a block of timber wrapped in a soft rag...
Maybe the XF panels are a bit thinner and the pipe idea will work for you...
there are mobile guard roller dudes who have a thing that bolts to your wheel studs with the tyre off... friend of mine recently had it done to his bogan-spec XC that was catching the 285's or whatever they were... don't think it was too expensive
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