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post #7 of (permalink) Old 08-26-2013
KnightX
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Just throw some bigger tires in there to fill that gap I'm always thinking about lowering too but then I know as soon as I do that I'm gonna mess it up on something.. so much construction going on around here at the moment I think I'll hold off. Got my lowered A4 to kinda gauge weather or not I'll do it, changed the shocks in that last weekend.. what a ***** that was. I hear the mustang is extremely easy to do though so I guess that's one incentive. I'd say gears first, lowering second, probably work out to be the same price.
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