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celica2nv
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celica2nv Feb 4, 7:45pm - #391595 

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spacers for widebdy

i hear it is not good to ride on them...ur thoughts?
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mrluilou
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mrluilou Feb 4, 8:57pm - #391596 

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i have no idea what youre talkin bout? confused

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celica2nv
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celica2nv Feb 4, 9:11pm - #391597 

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u know the spacers so that your rims sit out further than sticking in the wheeel well
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GTS_Rosh
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GTS_Rosh Feb 4, 9:35pm - #391598 

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Its not good because your changing the stance of the car and the suspension geometry, to one its not designed for. But I've see a lot of people do it and haven't had any problems. If your car is mostly for show, then I don't see a problem why not. But if like taking it to the track for circuit racing, I'd stay away from it, cause the car will probably handle like crap.
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