Iirc, there's a knock off waffled sticker on this bucket. Must have had knock off spacers too. Trololol!
IIRC, was right after leavenworth.
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Its what ever. I mannaged to flat out both passanger side tires at once. on stock 15 inch avus's and i also once mannaged to pull off my rear valance
^this was all befor i lowered the car. so dont feel bad. alltho... none of mine cost me any moneys... lol.
A couple years back a Vortex member helped do my brakes on one of my cars. A week later I went on a cruise with a bunch of people up Mt. Rainier. Turns out he didn't loctite one of the bolts on my Wilwood caliper and it came off my rotor and began rubbing the inside of my wheel while cruising downhill at a high rate of speed. **** happens.
I don't want to be a stickler about the rules but doesn't this post belong in the sightings thread?
Still feel bad for you Travis.
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My 1988 S/C VR6 GTI
aint sh*t man!
i've had this happen while going 70 on the freeway.
my car was lowered enough at the time that my wheel stayed in the wheel well (with like 45 degrees of neg. camber).
destroyed the inside of my wheel (f*ck 'em) and my week old rotors fml
count your blessings and thank your angel
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