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Wtf and why?

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    I can see someone using the 1" spring spacers if their lowering spring lower the rear too much, or they have heavy stereo equiptment in the back.

    But 2", and 3" spacers ????

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    I use them on my 4X4 Z28. Works like a charm.

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    PERFECT FOR STUFFING WIDE TIRES WITH OR W/O USING AIR SHOCKS !!"

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    I think it's an 80's thing. I used to run air shocks on my first Chevelle. We all jacked up our cars back then. It's just what you did...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KahanaReef View Post
    I think it's an 80's thing. I used to run air shocks on my first Chevelle. We all jacked up our cars back then. It's just what you did...
    Depends on the car I guess. Friends dart still has them. valves are in the trunk. Take the air tank with ya and jack those bastards up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshieDoom View Post
    Depends on the car I guess. Friends dart still has them. valves are in the trunk. Take the air tank with ya and jack those bastards up!
    Yeah, we all drove 60's, 70's muscle back then. And, we jacked those suckers up with fat ass tires on the back and... we were cool man!

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    Haha. My 65 Mustang used to have air shocks on it but they were so dry rotted by the time you got to the end of the driveway you were sitting flat again. But Im pretty sure anyone who is a pro street class racer is going to have a much better suspension than to use a spacer.
    Last edited by TA98; 04-24-2009 at 07:13 AM.

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