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    Thread: R32 Stance Thread

    1. Member Spoolin1X's Avatar
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      11-26-2008 07:58 PM #141
      2 more because LM's are so "played"


      BEST STANCE EVER:
      OEM

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      11-26-2008 09:15 PM #142
      Spoolin your car looks great, if anything I'd keep the LM's and polish the centers again......
      But D-Witt's car can't even be driven over a roll of dimes without the oilpan making change, Really !!!!!!!!!!
      Jimbo


      Modified by JIMBO ROBERTS at 8:17 PM 11-26-2008


      Modified by JIMBO ROBERTS at 8:31 PM 11-26-2008


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      11-27-2008 03:09 AM #143
      how much are you rolled good sir.. my gawd

      can i has your wheels

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      11-27-2008 04:51 AM #144
      Quote, originally posted by RubMyDub2004 »
      how much are you rolled good sir.. my gawd

      can i has your wheels

      I no haz rolled fenders

      I haz pulled fenders

      make teh offer on LM's if interested....


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      11-27-2008 02:42 PM #145
      In your opinion (of all who posted) is a better stance achieved with 18s or 19s????

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      11-27-2008 07:31 PM #146
      i think the R32 looks better on 19"s but rides better on 18's (18Vs.19)
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      11-27-2008 07:39 PM #147
      Quote, originally posted by Ian_VR6 »
      In your opinion (of all who posted) is a better stance achieved with 18s or 19s????

      I love stance on 17's personally.

      That's strictly stance though. It's much elss practical for everything else. 19's are wayyy to foking big though IMO

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      11-27-2008 07:41 PM #148
      Quote, originally posted by IloveMyCar32 »

      Your car gives me a woody! I personally think this is one of the best looking R's on aristo's i've ever seen.
      Much props to you.


      Modified by IloveMyCar32 at 6:26 PM 11-24-2008

      thanks mang


    9. 11-30-2008 08:34 PM #149
      koni coilovers
      15mm spacers





    10. 12-01-2008 03:01 PM #150
      Spoolin.

      Your car isn't played, but I have no idea why you pulled your fenders, it doesn't even look like the wheels would have filled the stock arches.


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      12-01-2008 03:36 PM #151
      Quote, originally posted by Rampage GLI 16V »
      Spoolin.

      Your car isn't played, but I have no idea why you pulled your fenders, it doesn't even look like the wheels would have filled the stock arches.

      I don't get it either are you planning on running something with some stretch? It just looks weird the way it is now


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      12-01-2008 04:12 PM #152
      i originally pulled the fenders to fit a different set of wheels.
      along the way i came across the LM's,
      I wanted wider rubber but $$ is tight so new rubber is gonna wait.
      plus winter is here now and i wanted to lower my car bit more...
      whatever, zero rubbing, 255 in the rear, and soon 245 in the front.
      more grip the better???


      Modified by Spoolin1X at 4:14 PM 12-1-2008
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    13. 12-01-2008 04:15 PM #153
      In that case, it works.

      Visually I'm not loving it but functionally, I can definitely get with it. You should be able to get more than a 255 out back though with the right wheels/right offsets.


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      12-01-2008 04:16 PM #154
      Quote, originally posted by Spoolin1X »
      i originally pulled the fenders to fit a different set of wheels.
      along the way i came across the LM's,
      I wanted wider rubber but $$ is tight so new rubber is gonna wait.
      plus winter is here now and i wanted to lower my car bit more...
      whatever, zero rubbing, 255 in the rear, and soon 245 in the front.
      more grip the better???


      Modified by Spoolin1X at 4:14 PM 12-1-2008

      Why not rebuild the LM's with some bigger lips, fill the arches and keep the big tires?

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      12-01-2008 04:58 PM #155
      ^^
      LM's are 2 piece wheels, the lip & barrel is one piece.
      I have searched far and wide for options but the last thing i want to
      do is convert my lm's into 3 piece wheels.

      I rather not spend any more money on wheels since the current ones do their job.

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      12-01-2008 05:37 PM #156
      ah I thought LM's were true 3-piece .

      I take it back then. Was a good thought though

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    17. 12-01-2008 05:59 PM #157
      Not mine. But the first time I saw this it was pretty inspirational. I'm kinda shocked nobodies posted it yet. Or maybe someone has and I'm just retarded and didn't notice it cuz he may have changed the wheels.





      Modified by mk24door at 3:11 PM 12-1-2008


      Modified by mk24door at 3:12 PM 12-1-2008


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      12-01-2008 06:11 PM #158
      Eibach pro street coils-As low as they can go without rubbing. 10mm spacer in back.



    19. 12-01-2008 06:24 PM #159
      ^ ^ ^

      The R with the bentley wheels... those are his WINTER wheels.

      Killin it.


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      12-01-2008 09:07 PM #160
      This thread needs more BMPs!!!
      '95 Jetta GLX | '98 Jetta GLX | '86 Golf GL | '88 Jetta GLI | '76 Scirocco 16v swap | '04 Golf R32 | '95 Golf Sport | '97 Jetta GLX | '00 A4 Avant 1.8t | '05 350Z

    21. 12-01-2008 09:30 PM #161

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      Modified by adcockman at 10:26 PM 12-21-2008


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      12-01-2008 11:14 PM #162
      Thanks
      bump for more BMPs
      '95 Jetta GLX | '98 Jetta GLX | '86 Golf GL | '88 Jetta GLI | '76 Scirocco 16v swap | '04 Golf R32 | '95 Golf Sport | '97 Jetta GLX | '00 A4 Avant 1.8t | '05 350Z

    23. 12-02-2008 03:22 PM #163
      bump for an amazing thread topic

    24. 12-02-2008 06:30 PM #164
      Here's my contribution to this amazing thread.

      As for specs:
      I run the KW 3way Competition Race Suspension, oem wheels with 3mm spacer front and 20mm spacers rear.


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      12-05-2008 12:24 AM #165

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      Modified by ray32 at 9:26 PM 12-4-2008




      Modified by ray32 at 9:27 PM 12-4-2008


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      12-05-2008 12:28 AM #166
      clean oem look, sits real nice..

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      12-06-2008 09:55 PM #167

      To be fair it's a chop for now...but those wheels will be on the car this season...

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      12-07-2008 11:57 AM #168
      ^ very proper
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      12-07-2008 08:49 PM #169
      Not too many "stance" pics but its good for daily driving and the track.
      20mm H&R spacers in the back and an inch drop from stock.
      RS4(hyper silver) reps now with eagle F1s





      Winter mode!



      Modified by GrayGTI05 at 5:51 PM 12-7-2008

      White MK3 with too much money dumped into it

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    30. 12-07-2008 10:19 PM #170
      The OEM are worth more $ than the reps. Isn't winter mode backwards ?

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      12-08-2008 03:23 AM #171
      Quote, originally posted by element256 »
      The OEM are worth more $ than the reps. Isn't winter mode backwards ?

      well i put winter tires on the aristos, then got the RS4s at the end of last season so they became summer wheels, and aristos became winter wheels...if that makes sense

      White MK3 with too much money dumped into it

      Ig: @jakevr6

    32. 12-08-2008 02:39 PM #172
      ahh yes. I see what you did there.

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      12-08-2008 10:07 PM #173
      I'm seeing more and more nice R's on here..... Here's a couple more to keep this one going

      with my brothers GTI...

      Didn't see a whole lot of fall pics on the forums so heres one

      And a fun one


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      12-08-2008 10:12 PM #174
      ^ ur badge is on the wrong side
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      your car is looking like when you pull down a girls underwear and find out it is freshly shaved

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      12-08-2008 10:20 PM #175
      Quote, originally posted by TurboREX »
      ^ ur badge is on the wrong side

      Meh... There's no right or wrong side


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