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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-11-2006, 08:20 PM Thread Starter
 
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Pedders Pics Before and After

Here is this weekends project. Parts list, 05 GTO, Pedders springs, and an Aussie. I have to thank Rhetts Automotive for getting the springs that I wanted I had a hard time getting them anywhere else. Thanks a million Rhett. Anyways we had them on in about 2hrs. The ride is great much better than stock, not rough at all.The springs changed the handling of the car drasticely. The drop is 1' fr 1'1/4 Rear. No rubbing on the 18s, but VERY close. I might roll the 1/4s just to make myself feel better. Check out the pics guys tell me what ya think.
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More pics.
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Looks nice. What was the hardest part of the install?
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Nothing hard at all. As long as you are comfortable using a spring compresser.
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Cool. What size tires you using.
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What all parts did you use? Of course springs, but what else?

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Rickgto... The tires are 225-40-18s..Anything wider would rub. Oh yeah I forgot to tell you guys NO MORE WHEEL HOP... Time to do some serious BURN OUTS. I'll bring the video cam.
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