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Old 08 Jul 2004, 01:52 am
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Default Lowering my PT?

I'm looking to lower my PT, and I know someone out there can answer my questions. My current wheel setup is Boyd Coddington Smoothies: 17x7 front with 225x45 Contis and 18x8 rear with 245x40. Backspace is 6.125. Does anyone have a similar front or rear wheel setup, or BOTH? Will the standard 1.5" and 2" drop work with no hitches? And what kind of springs are you riding on. Any help will be appreciated!
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Old 08 Jul 2004, 10:59 am
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I have 225/40 18's all the way around and went with a 2 inch drop on front and back and looks great! No problems, and went with the Progress Springs that I got dirt cheap from anoother forum for only $60 bucks, and found a dealership to install for only $50!
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