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Old 01-21-2014, 09:56 AM   #1
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Suspension is done

Got the car bagged, dropped rearend grinded all brakets brackets off and made it smooth, bag on axle mounts, and laid it down as far as it would go which is roughly 2.25" on current wheels and tires and 2" in front. Custom one off struts were made using uas bags and and custom stabilizers. Wheels are a little wide for the front so going to switch to 8" wheel and give it a staggered look also when we switch a tire size to get it lower. 255/45-18 is keeping it up quite high, with new tires front will lay and back should
Be up about an inch.



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Old 01-21-2014, 10:25 AM   #2
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Got the car bagged, dropped rearend grinded all brakets brackets off and made it smooth, bag on axle mounts, and laid it down as far as it would go which is roughly 2.25" on current wheels and tires and 2" in front. Custom one off struts were made using uas bags and and custom stabilizers. Wheels are a little wide for the front so going to switch to 8" wheel and give it a staggered look also when we switch a tire size to get it lower. 255/45-18 is keeping it up quite high, with new tires front will lay and back should
Be up about an inch.



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It needs moar low! Looks nice none the less
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Looks amazing!
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How does it do "drive wise" on the streets? Seems to be too low to drive it on normal streets, unless you are able to pump it up an inch or so....
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How does it do "drive wise" on the streets? Seems to be too low to drive it on normal streets, unless you are able to pump it up an inch or so....

It's bagged so when he drives he can turn on the air compressor and will fill the bags back up and drive normally.
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AT full lift i clear the wheels by roughly 5", it will lay body in the front when i get my new wheel and tire in they are currently on fender snd the *** will sit up 1". My front wheels are for sale btw...
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Old 01-26-2014, 01:07 PM   #9
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Thanks for the compliments love it so far how it handles and drives. Was scheduled to go in the paint booth this weekend for some paint work to set it apart from others but weather screwed me being able to get away. But i just ordered my zex nitrous kit today so should have that in in the next couple weeks
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That's BA man! Bags FTW!
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