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    2nded imo you really cant beat eibach springs
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    yeah maybe but 30mm it's not lowering
    wasting the time
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    our roads arent as good as yours are
    plus we can go at 70 on our roads
    a pliable ride is better than the weekend in casualty
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    you're from poland?
    your location says jersey,which has a 30 mph limit island wide
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    Some awesome looking cars there

    Can tell there has been a lot of time and money gone into them but I personally do not like the wheels that stick out of the arch. That's not to say that my way is the right way but it just looks hideous to me.

    If I were to fit awesome wheels such as those to my car then I would have to accompany it with a wide arch kit too.

    Great wheels though, must cost loads
     
     

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    I am from Poland but I live in Jersey, and here roads are not awesome as well.
    Yeah we like in Poland - German Style, 10'', 11'' wheels with deep dish. I think you call that Euro Style??

    dark, looow and wide - that's the keyword
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    Quote Originally Posted by black2891 View Post
    I am from Poland but I live in Jersey, and here roads are not awesome as well.
    Yeah we like in Poland - German Style, 10'', 11'' wheels with deep dish. I think you call that Euro Style??

    dark, looow and wide - that's the keyword
    I like a lot of the cars that are modified to the Euro Look

    The only thing that doesn't take my fancy is the wheels that go TOO wide, it's a shame the arches on the E36 are not wider because there are some AWESOME wheels that these guys use

    Your wheels don't appear to stick out TOO far, which is sensible and looks good

     
     

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    yeah but enyway you have to use arch roller and they can't go more then my
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    Quote Originally Posted by black2891 View Post
    yeah but enyway you have to use arch roller and they can't go more then my
    I can't go any lower on my H&R coilovers, well unless I remove them completely

    I didn't fit the rear adjusters and have a boot full of ICE, I'm so low the even the snails run for cover when they hear me coming

    When those guys park up do they have to call a taxi to get to the kerb
     
     

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