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Old 08-08-2013, 04:39 PM   #1
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Lowered car. Car wash?

Since my car was lowered in June I have hand washed it. When the weather changes, back to locale car wash. Has anyone had any problems going to them after lowering their Mustang?
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Avoid those hands free car washes you'll regret it if something gets damaged
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Avoid those hands free car washes you'll regret it if something gets damaged
I go through them all the time with my lowered 98 and there is no issue. I stay off the ones where you go on a conveyor type thing but the ones around me all move back and forth past the car so it just sits level on concrete the whole time.
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That sounds good. Does it have the underbody flush? I will need to find one that does. This Mustang is my daily driver
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The only problem I had with a car wash is that it bent my front plate a little bit. Other than that I loved it.
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That sounds good. Does it have the underbody flush? I will need to find one that does. This Mustang is my daily driver
Half the ones that say they do either are inop or just not turned on. I found a gas station near me that has one that is fully operational. It goes off on your way in and you'll hear it blast the underside of your car.
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I found one in another city that should work. No track for the tires to guide through. I will see how good the underbody wash is
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