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Larry Erickson 32 sedan?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Jeem, May 23, 2013.

  1. n.z.rodder
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    Maybe just an inch or so would be good.

    Scotty
     
  2. Jeem
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    ...and that's okay there, Weasel.
     
  3. ClearSpot
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    from Michigan

    Ran across these of his Chevy.As stated above,he may no longer own this one.
     

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  4. For me, if the top of the tire isn't burning the paint on a full-fendered car, it isn't low enough.
     
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  5. AMEN Brother.
     
  6. ClearSpot
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    Seen on Woodward :D
     

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  7. Jeem
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    So cool. Yep.
     
  8. 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!:D HRP
     
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  9. Stu
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    doing some digging and ran across this 12.jpg
     
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  10. B.A.KING
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    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
     
  11. Malcolm
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    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.
     
  12. rusty rocket
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    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. IMG_0752_2.JPG
     
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  13. chriseakin
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    Maybe a notched frame as well?
     
  14. B.A.KING
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    thats pretty wicked looking also!! thanks
     

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