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Old 03-02-2012, 05:28 PM   #1
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Got the roush 18s

Just finished buying some 18 inch roush from some guy. They look awesome 285 n 255 look sick. Only one problem with my drop my tire keeps on hitting the fender

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Just finished buying some 18 inch roush from some guy. They look awesome 285 n 255 look sick. Only one problem with my drop my tire keeps on hitting the fender
I had 1.5" spacers on the back of mine, they came off in a hurry after slicing my tires on the fender. On option is to have the fender lip rolled.
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Re: Got the roush 18s

That's what the Roush guys do, they have the lip rolled..
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Ok I'll look into it
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You need a roush body kit now
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You need a roush body kit now
As much as I love the roush body kit ima pass on doing tht
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I know. I thought about different body style but I like the stock style. But I'm changing the hood and that's it.
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I know. I thought about different body style but I like the stock style. But I'm changing the hood and that's it.
Yea same here I'm either going to go with a cowl hood or cobra r hood
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Yea same here I'm either going to go with a cowl hood or cobra r hood
Crowl hood screw the cobra hood.
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Crowl hood screw the cobra hood.
Yea now I'm thinkin how many inches is best
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Just finished buying some 18 inch roush from some guy. They look awesome 285 n 255 look sick. Only one problem with my drop my tire keeps on hitting the fender
It look nice! +1
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It look nice! +1
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