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    You guys are spending way to much money on your cars please send me some ..lol. just a thought
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    We're not spending. We're investing.
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    Might as well start with the lighting since it's the cheapest and go from there.
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    True. The rims and tires I want are looking like $1500 or so. *wince*
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    If you were still wanting to lower, if it makes any difference I've never scraped anything other than the front lower air deflector in the phoenix area. To tell you the truth I only treat it differently on big bumps and I just slow down a bit more and never a problem. If you wanted I can drive over your speed bumps to test, only if you really wanted to drop it. Im on Eibachs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by obermd View Post
    I use my fogs all the time. They make near field vision that much better. They also have a wider spread and illuminate the critters on the side of the road.
    I agree. They do make a difference on darker roads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chevyderek72 View Post
    If you were still wanting to lower, if it makes any difference I've never scraped anything other than the front lower air deflector in the phoenix area. To tell you the truth I only treat it differently on big bumps and I just slow down a bit more and never a problem. If you wanted I can drive over your speed bumps to test, only if you really wanted to drop it. Im on Eibachs.
    Cool. Try Guadalupe between 48th and Hardy, then on Hardy crossing Guadalupe. The rain gutters there are murderous.
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    Cool I should be able to swing by and check it out Saturday morning hopefully. Ill let you know if I either get high centered or lay frame.

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    I agree. They do make a difference on darker roads.
    Agree on the fogs - mine are on all the time but I am in the northeast - lots of forest lined roads - helps watching for deer that pop out of nowhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blk88verde View Post
    Agree on the fogs - mine are on all the time but I am in the northeast - lots of forest lined roads - helps watching for deer that pop out of nowhere.
    I love them too, but I just wish there was a way to have them come on all the time with the headlights in full power mode. The whole pressing the button thing each time is getting old, even though when I go to and leave work in the dark around the shortest day of the year, it was much more of an issue. As summer comes, my headlights will be used much less.
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