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#21 Rakko

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  • Location:Portland
  • Cars:'84 Maxima

Posted 30 June 2015 - 01:16 PM

Thanks ]2!

 

HRH, yeah, was at Canby for a minute. She started to feel self-conscious among all those pretty cars tho...



#22 ]2eDeYe

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  • Location:Marysville, WA
  • Cars:78 620 KC, 77 620 KC, 72 CJ5, 04 G35 coupe mmmm

Posted 30 June 2015 - 01:22 PM

I am not going to worry about the positive camber due to the lift. The Blizzaks will be toast anyway after 500 miles on/offroad in July, and it handles just fine for my purposes (This race is a far cry from autocross).

 

I'll take out the spacers and cut down the rear springs if she survives the race. Ok, WHEN she survives the race (got to visualize success).

 

Blizzaks make excellent rally tires. 

 

 

Thanks ]2!

 

HRH, yeah, was at Canby for a minute. She started to feel self-conscious among all those pretty cars tho...

 

 

You can call me Redeye :lol:


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