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Old 05-10-2013, 01:34 PM   #71
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The fender well right above the tire you have the body panel if you feel a stock wheel well right at the edge it should feel square and flat.. Rollin it pushes the square flat edge up inside the fender well an against the back side of the body panel to allow for lower cars not to cut tires going down the road hitting bumps
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ohhhh okay I understand thanks
Horrible description i gave but i think it gets the point across
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I'm going to cut my springs this week. (Weather permitting) what tools (power or hand) do you recommend? I was going to use a power pipe cutter.
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i use an angle grinder with a metal or bi-metal cutting wheel
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i use an angle grinder with a metal or bi-metal cutting wheel
Seems pretty simple. I have access to Every tool available, so it's not a problem. I think I'm going to do 1.5 front and 1.5 in rear. Do I need to change caster chamber plates?
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my personal favorite cut is 1.25 front and 1 back...that gives it a perfect stance to at least in my eyes. for 1.5 off you will be on the edge of needing them to get back into alignment
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my personal favorite cut is 1.25 front and 1 back...that gives it a perfect stance to at least in my eyes. for 1.5 off you will be on the edge of needing them to get back into alignment
Do you have a side pic of it? I have seen so many stances I am torn.
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my personal favorite cut is 1.25 front and 1 back...that gives it a perfect stance to at least in my eyes. for 1.5 off you will be on the edge of needing them to get back into alignment
would it be better to buy drop zones or cut stock springs?
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would it be better to buy drop zones or cut stock springs?
really up to the individual
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