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Old 11-25-2012, 05:54 PM   #1
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Hey guys I'm trying to get my stance to look like this mustangs, I have the 17 inch wheels and getting bigger back wheels for Christmas. How much of a dropp do I need to get it like this whenever I lower it?
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Old 11-25-2012, 05:57 PM   #2
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Hey guys I'm trying to get my stance to look like this mustangs, I have the 17 inch wheels and getting bigger back wheels for Christmas. How much of a dropp do I need to get it like this whenever I lower it?
I'd say that looks like about a 2 inch drop
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I'd say that looks like about a 2 inch drop
Alright thank youuuuu. Those are 17 inch rims also right?
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Alright thank youuuuu. Those are 17 inch rims also right?
I believe so.
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I believe so.
Thank u I appreciate it
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Thank u I appreciate it
And you may wanna get caster camber plates with a 2 inch drop for proper alignment.
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And you may wanna get caster camber plates with a 2 inch drop for proper alignment.
What do u mean by alignment?
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With misaligned alignment you will get terrible tire wear. You could receive a ruff ride too. When I lowered my car, my front tires were super negative cambered and look like a ricers. I needed new fronts so I drove the **** out of them and did some canyon driving since it made the handling pretty wicked cc plates will allow your car to be put back in spec. I was able to get away with just camber bolts, you may too.
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With misaligned alignment you will get terrible tire wear. You could receive a ruff ride too. When I lowered my car, my front tires were super negative cambered and look like a ricers. I needed new fronts so I drove the **** out of them and did some canyon driving since it made the handling pretty wicked cc plates will allow your car to be put back in spec. I was able to get away with just camber bolts, you may too.
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With misaligned alignment you will get terrible tire wear. You could receive a ruff ride too. When I lowered my car, my front tires were super negative cambered and look like a ricers. I needed new fronts so I drove the **** out of them and did some canyon driving since it made the handling pretty wicked cc plates will allow your car to be put back in spec. I was able to get away with just camber bolts, you may too.
Ohhhh haha thanks you for the info
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Ohhhh haha thanks you for the info
No problem
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That's a sick Bullitt
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That's a sick Bullitt
F'in beautiful !
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That's a sick Bullitt
Lol i agree.. I'm trying to get my stance to look similar to it
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