hydraulics is NOT spelled with an o.
oh ya, when its just lowered camber isnt an issue unless your trying to make it one for no reason. but bagged, camber is alllllllllll over the place.when i put my 20s on my bird, it wasnt bagged. it was lowered 1.5" (so not lifted) and hardlycambered. now that its bagged it cambers like mad..lol, im just saying, i didnt have to lift my car or make it camber to fit my wheels.
exactly, if you dont like huge wheels and slammed on the ground... ok with me.i drive mine slammed everywhere.
anyways, lets just put it to rest. some of us like big wheels, some dont. nuff said.
Slammed is usually Fully laid out on the ground. If its not slammed, its just lowered.lol, who said bagged/juiced cars arn't drivin when slammed? lol
I have never had anyone ask me about a 22" setup and have never looked into it on my own either. I do like the 22's on the Dodge Magnum & Chargers though. They look perfect on some cars and not so correct on others. But that is my own perception and opinion.
I don't see the significance of all the negative posts. This happens anytime someone wants to do something in a 20" wheel or above. A few of us could take a lesson is just keeping our negative feedback & opinions to ourselves. It clutters up the initiators thread and does nothing posative as a result except maybe bumping up your post counts, which I notice some are crazy high yet have only been a member for a year or less???
If anyone ever needs help with a wheel setup please feel free to contact me regardless of where you are purchasing your wheels or what sizes you have in mind. I am willing to help out any way I can. Joel can attest that we have had over 100 messages or so at zero profit to me...haha...I am pretty sure he learned a few things as well. I might come off a bit harsh, but only if I have to repeat myself...
its impossible to drive with the car completly lowered, my exhaust piping and mufflers sit on the ground. ..... but, on the other hand, i can tap it up to where it litterally has half an inch of ground clearance, and drive... as long as its straight, you cant turn with the front wheels tucked 4 inches into the fender.Slammed is usually Fully laid out on the ground. If its not slammed, its just lowered.
haha. or so you say at least.this is a trend i wish would just die , anything larger than 18 is too much on a passenger car, period , trucks 20-22 is cool depending on the size of said truck . other than that forget it .
thats the second most ignorant statement ive read all day. Do you wanna buy tires for us?haha. or so you say at least.
i wish the trend of small wheels would die. anything smaller than 19-20 on a passanger car is just too little, period. trucks, 24-26 is cool depending on size of said truck. other than that forget it.
lol, no one ever debated that smaller wheels dont ride better. they ride a hell of a lot better.BTW, my car has little 17s, but handles better than your ride.