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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Jeem, May 23, 2013.
Maybe just an inch or so would be good.
...and that's okay there, Weasel.
Ran across these of his Chevy.As stated above,he may no longer own this one.
For me, if the top of the tire isn't burning the paint on a full-fendered car, it isn't low enough.
Seen on Woodward
So cool. Yep.
Weasel...There can only be three reasons that your observation can come to such a unpopular conclusion....
#1 is you suffer from a myopic astigmatism,#2 you don't like Deuces or #3 you are full of,,well you know! HRP
doing some digging and ran across this
I know this is an old thread, but there is,i think more than a tire rake going on here.Anyone know? dropped axel? how much. How do you get this stance? I"m looking a a 32 sedan, and thats prolly the perfect stance
I'm only guessing here, but I would say a dropped axle for sure and quite possibly a 'flattened' front cross member or a Model A cross member in it's place.
This is my sedan. 4" dropped axle, mono leaf spring and a model A crossmember. In my opinion you need a big tire out back to fill the fender. My rears are bfg 255 70 and the fronts are 155.
Maybe a notched frame as well?
thats pretty wicked looking also!! thanks
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