9838stang Out of Hibernation Shoot

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finally had some time do snap some shots of the new brakes and tires on the car, along with the new camber bolts to help get rig of the negative camber























 

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You're supposed to use the camber bolts to achieve more camber tisk tisk.



Jk, car looks great. Simple and clean.
 
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You're supposed to use the camber bolts to achieve more camber tisk tisk.



Jk, car looks great. Simple and clean.


you mean more negative camber lol

I would have left it but two things were going on. i wore a set of 265/35/18s out in a MN car season, then there, because of the the damn buses around here and heavy vehicles doing construction all the time. There are pretty good grooves in the streets. so the car is sometime led where to drive lol. But yea i know man.

Thanks bud!
 

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sick pics man love wht you've done with this car. brakes look perfect!
 

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Looks good man. I need those projectors in my headlights!
 

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So, so clean, man. Love your progress.
In fact, you have me looking around for some 18x9 silver FR500 reps (real Ford Racing wheels are too expen$ive for me & too hard to find)

Don't be surprised if I have a set on before too long, LOL
 

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So, so clean, man. Love your progress.
In fact, you have me looking around for some 18x9 silver FR500 reps (real Ford Racing wheels are too expen$ive for me & too hard to find)

Don't be surprised if I have a set on before too long, LOL

Stay clear of Wheel Replicas out of Texas. They don't warranty they're wheels and will try and screws you around bad.

I still have a wheel that didn't make it more than 3 months before its finish was completely gone and they tried to say it's something I sprayed on my wheels, I said "hello dumbass's!! If that was the case then all my wheels would be ruined!!!!"

Long story.


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Thanks for the heads up. I'm looking at a set from OE Wheels. I'll check what their warranty is before pulling the trigger
 

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Looks good. I like the old tires better without the white words. The white letters look busy on your car.


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