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Old 31 Mar 2002, 02:54 am
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I am soon going to buy 18's and I'm wondering if anybody with 18's has put lowering springs on thier cruiser, and if they did how it rides now.thanks

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Old 31 Mar 2002, 11:58 am
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Sup Jonez3, I did a 1.6 front and a 2.0 rear drop on mine, I run 17's front and 18's rear with no trouble and I'm sure I could run 18's on the front trouble free....James

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Old 31 Mar 2002, 02:03 pm
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George did it. His ride is in this site's PT of the Week archives:
http://www.ptcruiserlinks.com/arc/28.html

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Old 31 Mar 2002, 05:12 pm
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WUWU20..did you get any problems with your ABS running different sizes front and back?? <img src=icon_smile_cool.gif border=0 align=middle>


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Old 31 Mar 2002, 06:05 pm
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I don't have ABS, but my tire heights are the same front and rear, as long as they are the same it should be fine, I really like the look with the bigger wheels on the rear, wish I could have went 18-20, but, I just can't see spending that kind of cash for the 20s till they come down some.....happy E day all, James

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Old 01 Apr 2002, 03:09 pm
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WUWO20..got any pics of the wheel set up you have??



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Sure man, go back to the main forum page and go to (Exterior Accessories Forum) then go to (Painted Cover) it'll be a post that I put up, you'll see one side pic of my car there, be cool, James

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