Quote, originally posted by sled »
I-5 N in Mount Vernon?!? Rolling Down the freeway that low, with no glass-
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Damn, I want one of those. Very nice.
ahem honey...get it right...you want one like mine
though....I do Steve's and am looking forward to seeing it at WW...I just wish my square could come up north too.
Quote, originally posted by Bamabugs » gotta have more pics of that square dieselgrl
they are coming....
Shawn aka The Shiznitz aka my best friend is going to do a little photo shoot of her...
but here is one to tide you over
ps..she sits lower in the front...put some smaller series tires on her
and she has a few new things to her such as eye lids......rag top that fits smoother
Modified by dieselgirl at 5:33 AM 7-27-2007
normally yes. but when you get to a certain height and you have a vr the skidplate sits closer to the oil pan than if you had a 2.0.. so with the certain height and the pan closer to the plate. You have less give when you start hitting stuff, then you start losing the shape of the skidplate.. When this happens the plate starts to rest on the front corner of the pan and there becomes the problem because everytime you smack the plate on something, its hittin the pan on a edge which is where it is weakest.
Sorry I rambled.
Quote, originally posted by sled » im supprised that square doesnt lay lower, being that its bagged.
I have some pretty beefy tires on the back that limit how low she goes and the front was just switched to smaller tires so she sits lower than in the shot w/ Steve's square.
Drop spindles are on my list of to do's right now that will give me another 2.5 inches of drop which will lay the front beam on the ground (she is already only 1 inch off the ground w/ the bags fully deflated.
UH gimmie some mo!!!!
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