Quote, originally posted by Gabe. » agreed
I don't think our cars are high enough off the ground for it!
Quote, originally posted by Larry Appleton » maintenance with hydros < maintenance with air
Having owned a hydraulic shop and built lowriders for a couple years I'd have to disagree. Hydros are a PITA to maintain. Even the best built setups have problems and when you've got issues with Air all that's spilling out is Air. Hydros go bad and you've got oil everywhere. Just the wear and tear on the Teflon o-rings inside of the cylinders is enough to make some folks walk away. Not to mention having to run multiple batteries in series that need to be re-charged on a regular, solenoids and motors frying out, stripping keys, dumps sticking... The problems are endless really. Air is pretty neat and tidy really. Hydros are really only for the hardcore. And you really, really do not want to run hydros on a FWD car, it's just such a tremendous PITA.
Quote, originally posted by Matty B Bop » f'real? she's like the nicest girl ever.
she's mean, like for reals....
she got pissed at me cause I parked next to them, I'm officially not talkin to her no more
Quote, originally posted by tivs31 » she gave me the evil eye, and now we are not on speakin terms, didn't you see the hostility throughout the show?
Not at all..i was too busy looking for keys!