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Old 06 Feb 2009, 11:03 am
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Cool new ideas HELP ME!!

okay finally good news!! im selling the monte carlo so now i can do some stuff to the pt. im thinking of a set of lowering springs and wheels. here are the wheels im thinking about Wheel Details - Discount Tire
but heres my question what would be the better size? 17s or 18s?
and also what would be the best set of lowering springs to get?

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Old 06 Feb 2009, 11:15 am
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Here's things to read...

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How To Go About Lowering my PT???

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How would these look 18"
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Old 06 Feb 2009, 11:25 am
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thanks crewzin!!
itll be probably a few weeks to maybe a month before i get to..but hopefully the wheels/suspension wont be my only mods just wondering does the pt have to have the relay harness for the HIDs i know its really off topic but i tried to hook mine up(cause i took them off the monte carlo) and it wouldnt eve flicker....just dead the only lights that were on were the parking light
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Don't know anything about HID's except what I've read. If they are the real HID's they need their own relays and switches and carefully read instructions to be fitted properly.

You can do a search on "HID's" in our search section to gain more insight on installing them.
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