Freshly Lowered and Detailed

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by Error, Sep 22, 2004.

  1. Error

    Error ¿ti†le øut-of_order

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    Lowered my front another inch or so tonight on some Eibach springs (thanks to the lifts and some friends at Toyota). Total drop is about 5" now.

    Then took it to their detailing bay, shook hands with the manager, and he gave me the bay to abuse. Bout an hour later, washed, clayed, and polished.

    9 year old original factory red paint:

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  2. KeeperOfAcheron

    KeeperOfAcheron I dub thee Sir Phobos, Knight of Mars, beater of a

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    Nice detail! Although I am not a fan of low trucks, it looks very nice!
     
  3. thegr8tiny

    thegr8tiny New Member

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    looks good..can't really notice the lowered part
     
  4. nice job but shes not very low at all. stop wasting time lowering it one inch at a time and just bag it.
     
  5. lawnboy

    lawnboy Robert DeNigro

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    that bug shield needs to go
     
  6. GuiltySparc

    GuiltySparc OT Supporter

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    dont like trucks, but really ncie paint/wax job...looks good
     
  7. Bugeye

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    And you've got the nerve to bag lawnboys wrx when you drive that POS :rofl:
     
  8. Error

    Error ¿ti†le øut-of_order

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    That bug shield protects my hood

    Thanks. Original factory paint from Nov 1995. Kept up with Zaino for the past 4 years. Mothers and Meguiars before that.

    Guess what n00b, DIAF :o
     
  9. Error

    Error ¿ti†le øut-of_order

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    It's 5" under stock. Plus, I use it for drifting quite often, and bags aren't drift-friendly.

    Of course, I need to stop drifting anyways. My rear tires hate me, and drifting a truck isn't pretty.
     
  10. GuiltySparc

    GuiltySparc OT Supporter

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    Zaino > * ...again, nice work bro
     
  11. vbp6us

    vbp6us New Member

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    Pretty ugly truck
     
  12. shanker

    shanker unemployed

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    error error error...bags are only replacement springs...how can they not be drift friendly? the bag is only a part of the suspension, depending on if you go w/ a 2 or 4 link setup, there are just way to many variables to blatently say that bags are not drift-friendly, it would be smarter to say that a properly engineered/installed air-ride suspension is not drift-friendly because of its superior handling qualities over a stock suspension.
     
  13. Shogun

    Shogun Turntable tactician

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    Omg Ghey
     
  14. SHITDICK

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    nice drop...
     

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