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  1. #141
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    Retro digital HVAC controls are wicked
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    flocking looks great.
    81,84,87, 88 toyota cressida, 84 bj60, 85 bj60, 86 hj60soa, 71 datsun 521 pickup

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    man up...



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    my only criticism is that there are only 4 dollar signs in the title

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    how.... did i miss this...? holy ****...

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    This is the plan.
    R is pressure regulator. I can preset them for ride height pressure so it's a one button switch to go up. Then regular up and down switches from there. So even if I have a small leak somewhere the bag will always remain inflated to the set pressure.
    Just need to buy valves, probably ebay china stuff since they will be like $100 instead of $500. I'll get some pics of all the bag stuff I've bought.

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    Passed OOP with ease, so now I can start hacking into it.
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    Mocked up. I'm an inch and a half from frame...must go lower. This will involve moving the top hat to the top of the strut so I can get the bag higher. Some of the seam at the top of the wheel well will have to be trimmed and reinforced.
    18x8.5+40 215/40, 18x9+40 225/40

    A few people have asked me about the x8 5lug conversion. It bolts up. The x8 strut has about 2.5deg less camber built into the axle because the x8 LCA is longer. If you use the x8 LCA, no problems (you'll need x8 inner rods as well for the extra length).
    I'm going to keep the x7 LCA and run camber plates (I hope this will be enough).



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    Looking gangster

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    Is it hard out there for a pimp


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    this is best/
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    Looks awesome. You need more low? Is that a 2wd hiluz rearend or weld/redrill for 5-lug? Going need the gnarliest traction brackets known to man to prevent axle hop.
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    lol traction brackets on street sweeper

  13. #153
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    5 lug is stupid. I've abandoned all of it.

    18s are just too tall. Frame in the back would have to be notched like 4" and rebuilt, and the strut mounts in the front would have to come up about 2", for on the ground low. The lowest I got on the fronts was pretty much where I wanted ride height to be. It can be done...but it's so much work. Maybe later...

    Picking up a 4 lug celica supra 7.5" rear from Mango tonight.



    more http://high-top-fade.blogspot.jp/201...g-post_25.html


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    **** JDM looks way better then USDM

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    15s are about as classy as it gets. Unlimited slammability.
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    dude, 5 lug is the way to get dope 15's. People throw 15x10 chevy and ford pattern wheels in the trash.
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    ^dual rear wipers? Get over yourself Japan.
    1JZ 1984 Celica GTS
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    We had them on the 3rd Generation Camry Wagon. Was cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clay72 View Post
    ^dual rear wipers? Get over yourself Japan.
    LOL. like

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    I chose AE92 shocks. They are shorter than stock...but not a full short stroke. I need them to top out and keep the bag from expanding.
    I kept the casing stock length (this might change when I go lower). Had to turn down the top nut to clear the bag sleeve. Tighten them up with a pipe wrench and file smooth again.
    Just like building a coilover



    Not a perfect jig...but it worked. There's a writeup on club4ag about how to do it the right way if you're into that stuff.
    Bryan cut the mounts off of it so I had no choice to do this. Save yourself headache and just get adjustable 4 links.



    Brake options for supra rear? I don't have any.

    Also. Stock cressida 7.5 LSD any good? Looks like junk. Weir rebuild any good?
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