Not sure of the height, but can check. The ride at this height is great, and deff. still sits on the springs. Any more pressure and the ride starts to suffer. The shocks can take 200lbs, at that press. it might just take all the pressure off the springs!On 2006-06-13 18:47, putts1 wrote:
Looks pretty good. compared to dead level, how high is the rear wheel well? I have some rubber spring inserts and they can raise up the rear from by 1.5- 2.5", so that's why I am wondering. Looks like you might be higher than that though.
Also, let me ask you how the ride is. I went to AZ to get air shocks myself and the manager dissuaded me, saying if you put them on, the rear end is riding on the shocks instead of the springs. But I still wonder if that is a bad thing or not! so how does it handle up there?
Honestly wasn't sure how I liked it. At certain angles it looks better than at other angles. But, I do think it is a tad to much so I am going to let it down a bit.On 2006-06-14 06:54, F15Falcon wrote:
What do you think of the look? Who care what anyone else thinks. I always build what I want even though others might think I am out in left field. I pretty much like looking at cars no matter what ride height they are at, what color they are, what brand they are etc. I like the look, but who cares what I think, how do you like it?