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Old 05-06-2013, 10:30 PM   #36
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It's all good, AM will let you return anything that's not installed, up to 6mo I think.
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I'm not going to return items I want for 6%. Plus AM has been great so far. They price matched the R2 kit with another company online that almost covered the complete cost of the camber plates. Main reason I'm asking all these questions is because I have been out Las Vegas Drag Strip and have talked to a few people and looked at what they run, its almost laughable as to reasons people come up with as to why they are running the equipment they are running. Most guys are running M/T DR's on 18 inch or bigger rims so I almost went that way until a couple showed up with two really nice newer supercharged mustangs with 15 inch wheels with big tires. I am just trying to verify information. Thanks for feedback and a heads up about upsetting people. Las Vegas has very little to offer for Mustang speed shops.
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Old 05-06-2013, 10:48 PM   #38
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What is upsetting people is in many threads you have been asking questions in, your answer was literally a few posts above your question. This shows a lack of caring on your part to attempt initial research and generally looks like someone spamming for 50 posts. Specially when they are new.

You have to understand your posts and way of acting here was very odd. We have some extremely intelligent people here and your odd behavior isn't going to exactly slip past them.
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Old 05-06-2013, 10:55 PM   #39
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I get it. I'm sorry. I'm on data overload, I found this sight last night and have got nothing else accomplished in the past 36 hours. As you have noticed I have been pretty much on this sight non stop since last night. I was on another sight and would ask a question and get no response for days, here I get two or three good responses in minutes. Once again I'm sorry, I will slow down and will continue to read. I only have 56 more pages to go in the 2011 GT + area.
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No worries man! The more your posting the more you seem like a normal person and not a spam bot . We are all here to learn. I don't want to keep you from asking questions as we do have at least a few people who will generally known the answer to your questions.

So BTW welcome
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Old 05-07-2013, 05:03 AM   #41
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Here's my drag setup. 17x4 up front and 15x10's in the rear. Weight savings were significant.
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Old 05-10-2013, 01:00 PM   #42
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Before lowering, 305/45r18 nitto dr
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Old 05-12-2013, 02:04 PM   #43
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my car on sportlines factory 18x8's on M&H 275/45/18's


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