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Old 03-13-2013, 06:50 PM   #36
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Does anybody know for sure if there would be rubbing isues with an 18x9 275 tire and wheel on the front with a 2 in drop?
At full lock yes.
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Old 03-13-2013, 07:06 PM   #37
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Finally made up my mind I'm going to go with the dropzones. But I cant seem to find them on eBay now. Only the ones for the newer models.
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Won a bid on some springs on eBay for $87. 1.5 drop in front and 1.25 in back.
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Won a bid on some springs on eBay for $87. 1.5 drop in front and 1.25 in back.
Awesome! Congrats.
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These are the SR.. But that's on my GT idk if it would be different on a v6. They give a nice drop.
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Old 03-21-2013, 02:54 PM   #41
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Got the eBay springs on. 2" drop doesn't rub the tires at all. With spacers on. Looks good and rides bumpy but whatever I like them!
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Got the eBay springs on. 2" drop doesn't rub the tires at all. With spacers on. Looks good and rides bumpy but whatever I like them!
how's the handling? stiffer?
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how's the handling? stiffer?
Yeah they handle better I feel confident going around corners at high speeds now
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