Discussion in 'Resto Corner' started by Dudo, Sep 13, 2008.
Here are a few pics of my bus with a new lower look
How many inches did you lower her Jono? Looks unreal. See you tomorrow.
i think about 3 inches front 1 and half back she rides so much better ,tint and mags next then motor work
Now that looks good, I was going to ask the same question Kyra
Will we get to see it at Action Day tomorrow?
Beautiful bus.Stance is set just right .
Wow.. That looks great......
I would like to lower mine one day
sweet ride height there dudo . good looking running reto too .
I have to lower mine, Looks nuts !! Hows the ride, Rough ?
the ride is a bit rougher you feel the bumps a tad more but hugs the corners way better and made the handling heaps more responsive, but that's just me, most people like to keep them stock height i like them both ways.
I got a mate who has fabricated some adjustable bump stops so you can get full suspension travel and the lowered look.
does he do the back ones as my ones are so close to touching they would on bigger bumps
Looks very sweet will keep my eye out on the road for it. Did you take it down to Bris to get it done at custom offroad???
Don't worry about the bumps...it looks fantastic and that's all that matters Saw her yesterday in the flesh...beautiful:heart:
I just saw some more shots of Myrtle at action day and she is looking hot.
looking good johno
1 inch further in the front
3 inches further at the back !!!
cut down the back bump stops to 1/3 normal height
sorry just a suggesttion
Looking sweet as Dudo, very schmick!
Glen, I agree with the whole theory of the lower the better but now I must ask the same question I asked Dudo..How is the ride ? Is it rough ?
He doesnt make ones for the rear as its a different set up but I agree with Glen, just cut them down a little.
SOME TIMES ROUGH !!!
the things we put up with for style LOL
corners really well though and wind doesn;t blow it around as much as if standard height
learn to avoid pot holes HAHAHA
drop it on its guts Jono !!!!!!
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