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Holy smokes
Those were the pics I was looking for.
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Just another question, did you note a decreasing of the dirt around the plate?
With the stock trunk sometimes, after a ride on wet roads, the rear results as the only completely dirt zone. I think that the bad airflow is the cause of this phenomenon.

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Just another question, did you note a decreasing of the dirt around the plate?
With the stock trunk sometimes, after a ride on wet roads, the rear results as the only completely dirt zone. I think that the bad airflow is the cause of this phenomenon.
It's honestly hard for me to say. I only had the car about 2 weeks before the kit/trunk went on so it's hard to compare. The plate area is the dirtiest part of my car most of the times though.
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Picked up a set of dailies...


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Redrilled so no adaptors.
Tires are Achilles 2233 225/35/19 all around.
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Car is looking great, didn't think 225 on a 10" would be possible lol
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So Jelly! Nice Ride @DragginFrame!
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Car is looking great, didn't think 225 on a 10" would be possible lol

Thanks! 225 is easy lol. I used to daily a 205/40 on a 10" wide wheel.

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Rolled my fenders now the rear is lower when aired out.

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Been a while since I've posted.

Added camber bolts, swapped wheels, threw on 1" spacers, installed my switchback signals.

The new works are already being rebuilt too.

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