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05 pedders setup pics

pedders suspension 1/2" raise rear, 3/4" drop front.
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Very nice. Those wheels are sick on black!!!
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Thank You I am very happy w/ my purchase
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Looks good. Does it launch better with the new set-up?
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Looks good. Does it launch better with the new set-up?
Hard to tell, I'm still getting use to heads and cam.
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It's kind of hard to tell how low it goes, because it seems like your on an incline on the driveway. Also, I can't see the whole car. But bigups on the wheels, they look nice!
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Where did u get ur rims from??... I like the Drift R's alot.
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It's kind of hard to tell how low it goes, because it seems like your on an incline on the driveway. Also, I can't see the whole car. But bigups on the wheels, they look nice!
I will get some better ones I was in a rush when I took those.

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Where did u get ur rims from??... I like the Drift R's alot.
I ordered them through America's tire company. Although you can probobly get them a lot of places.
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Where did u get ur rims from??... I like the Drift R's alot.
There are low stock or possibly none left in the US I think... groupawheels.com sells them but the last time I checked they were out, and I got the last set from jdwheels.com. I payed $252 each for two 18x9's (for the rear) and $225 each for two 18x8's.

Make some calls, you should be able to get some soon.
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