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Old 01-24-2007, 11:18 AM   #36
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Re: how low is too low?

In Michigan you have to use a drive thru car wash every so often (Yes I know that’s bad) in the winter to get the salt off your under body, But after I slammed mine, the front suspension hits the guide bars at the car wash, so now I set up a hot water spay system at work and have to do it manually
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Old 01-24-2007, 11:37 AM   #37
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^ yeah this one specific car wash has all hot water bays place ****ing rocks let me tell hell im about to head out there in a minute to wash my Jeep

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I had my ride on bags and when I was fully aired out I was about 1.5 inches from the ground or less with my cats. I wouldnt drive like that for too long but I was able to drive around pretty much out of air. I will say that with the camber in the front my ride turned a lot better then it does now. I am actually going to be putting them back in so if anyone needs some pretty much new C springs with the isolators I'll have em. Just have to give me some time to get everything together again for the air ride. Just in my opinion, if you want a huge range of adjustabliity in your rides height and suspension feel you should take a look at the air ride kits around. You can get some pretty sweet handling with all the different things that they sell to help you tweak your suspension for use with the airbags. Here are some pics, I just cant get them on here. Check em out. Http://www.streetsourcemag.com/Profi...rofileid=31717
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Old 01-24-2007, 10:11 PM   #39
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thats a nice stance

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fronts nice minus the terrible camber... rear is WAY to low for me. Im not a fan of that tucked look.
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I hate going to the dealer .... I am always by my car when its worked on... but that doesnt mean they cant screw up... I mean lets face it.. the oil change guys are pretty much at the bottom of the barrel when it comes to someone you want messing with your car. That also goes for a good many of the mechanics they generally have working there as well lol.
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fronts nice minus the terrible camber... rear is WAY to low for me. Im not a fan of that tucked look.
Yeah I was looking at trying to get a deep dish look in the rear but the problem I figured I would have is that if I go to wide in the rear the wheel arch will be hittin the tire and that probably wont be to good. I think the widest I could go in the rear is 9.5, maybe...
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