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Old 03-11-2011, 05:17 PM   #1
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Wheel spacers with pics

Got my spacers put on, still waiting for all my other stuff to get here

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Re: Wheel spacers with pics

Very nice! 150% better...very aggressive.
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Thankyou. I went with 1.5" but if I had to do it again I would get 1-1.25". I may do a 1/2" in the front, but I doubt it

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This is the only picture I could find for a comparison

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Old 03-11-2011, 09:16 PM   #5
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Thankyou. I went with 1.5" but if I had to do it again I would get 1-1.25". I may do a 1/2" in the front, but I doubt it

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I have 1.25" all around and I gotta say man, it looks real aggressive. I love it man.

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That's what I should have done, at least in the rear, I don't see it being a good idea to go more than 1/2 in the front

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That's what I should have done, at least in the rear, I don't see it being a good idea to go more than 1/2 in the front

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Why would you say not to go more than .5?

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Old 03-12-2011, 12:04 AM   #8
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I'm a cautious person, with it already dropped 2" I don't want to put any extra stress on the suspension, especially the front end

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I'm a cautious person, with it already dropped 2" I don't want to put any extra stress on the suspension, especially the front end

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Gotcha. I haven't lowered it yet. Ill probably take them off the front when I do. Plus I still have to get my rims and tires yet.

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I'm not saying to not use them, but on my car I don't trust it

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nice you can really see the diff,good job
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Thanks, I'm paining the calipers today and I think my springs come in

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Very nice! I love the aggressive look that wheel spacers give!

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Very nice! I love the aggressive look that wheel spacers give!

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Meeting too. They give the car that badass look... not that mustangs need it

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Some better pictures, I really like the stance it has now. Got her looking like I want, still waiting and springs, struts, and brakes to come in. All I have left to get now is the windows tinted, sct tuner, gears and the Windstar intake.

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Awesome! Cant wait to see it after you install the springs!

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It should look about the same. She's on cut springs now. It'll ride a lot better though!

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Re: Wheel spacers with pics

wow that looks great! amazing how some of the smallest things make such a big difference!
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Here are pics of the calipers, did em today

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