Discussion in 'Show Us Your Ride' started by Zebedee, Sep 3, 2011.
Yep, lowering is a disease.
Dunno what your on about bud
I like that. Done of this narrowed beam sillyness.
Hei Jon Rune
Is that on air?
No it's not on air dude. Just on a k&l with dropped spindles
Not posted a pic of mine on this thread yet, so here goes:
Summer 2015 by Rob E, on Flickr
front; vintage autohaus /french slammer 8cm narrowed adjustable ball joint beam, va /fs cast late bay dropped spindles, KYB gas adjust dampers 410-265mm. 5x16 ET39 steels with 185/55 16 michelins with 87xl load rating so correct for the weight of the bus. i'm at the top of the adjusters to allow maximum suspension travel/best possible ride.
rear; french slammer adjustable 72-79 spring plates, stock dampers, 6x16 ET30 steels with michelin 205/60 16 with 96xl load rating.
Here's mine- currently on air as the roads in Suffolk are terrible and need the option to raise...
Stock wheels with 185/50/14 up front and 195/60/14 rear...
Rednine coil overs old design from 6 plus years ago. Audi alloys. Dropped back on adjustable plates but not my much I like the front down hotrod look. Plus in norfolk and where it lives you can't have it much lower I keep hitting the rear sump oil nut as it is let alone the front axle.
Looks abit different now
Lowered by about 3-4 inch, changing wheels at the end of the month, as I'm sick of picking hubcaps up.
Currently on stock steelies painted black, I think I've only got one hubcap actually left on the van now. The other 3 are dotted about the English countryside
Your bus looks stunning mate, one of my all time faves!!
Spongebob have you notched the rear to go that low?? Can you please post your specs...........pleasey
Thanks, I hope the new wheels do it justice.
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