Maxed The Coils

After it finally stopped raining today I went out and picked up paint and materials to do the fenders when they come in. Also went and got ...

After it finally stopped raining today I went out and picked up paint and materials to do the fenders when they come in. Also went and got some wrenches for the coilovers so I could finally adjust them. Anyways enough talking here's what went down today.

Nice going to a home improvement store to the tools section and finding these :)


Troy's 2 Chasers looking nice


Maxed and drooped is the only way to do it I guess, rear coilovers are blow already so may as well..


More like it! :D


Happy to have found these fender braces although they are kinda in the way for pulling my harness up.. I just pulled the front and back of it for now and I will see how bad it rubs and go from there.


Did the fronts of course too ;)
After I get fenders back on the car I will figure out if I need to remove collars/preload ect.. but it is only sitting about an inch from the frame so it shouldn't be too bad.


Jumped the car today and let it run for a while, gas gauge appears to be working normally now ^_^


Fenders I was talking about for sale now $200 shipped.





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4 Comments

  1. Nice to see you back in the game bro let me know if you need anything sent to ya state side, and if you wanted that still hood sticker or not now that you have a car.

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  2. Spanner wrenches at a home improvement store? LOL

    And those coilovers look like they're from 1999. As long as you can slide on them though right?

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  3. I think they are from 99 haha.. but at least I can get em low! Once I get some wheels on I will be all set appearance wise ^^ I think I can slide one them, not sure how it's gona feel but we will find out haha

    Thanks Jason I am good right now on parts but I appreciate it. Ya I will take the sticker if you don't mind mailing out here? If so shoot me an email and I will give you my address :)

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  4. Lol at the wrenches. Wish I could find a set easily. I've been using a flat head/hammer combo.

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