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I don't I'm going to drop my XB. Can anyone share pics of there rides please>? I would like to get some ideas. Thanks Guys!!!
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Here's mine dropped on some eBay springs, rides awesome for 100$ springs I just bought some racelands tho cause I wanna dump it,
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Re: Stock Height Set Up

If you are going to go a larger diameter wheel I would recommend at least some drop.

Here is mine with 20s on stock height suspension.



You'll notice how big the wheel gap in the rear looks with thinner tires.
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If you are going to go a larger diameter wheel I would recommend at least some drop.

Here is mine with 20s on stock height suspension.



You'll notice how big the wheel gap in the rear looks with thinner tires.
Still looks nice on stock height though. Way better than when you do it to a sedan
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If you are going to go a larger diameter wheel I would recommend at least some drop.

Here is mine with 20s on stock height suspension.

You'll notice how big the wheel gap in the rear looks with thinner tires.

Those wheels are awesome! What brand, width and offset? Also nice hatch mod with the lights in the window and did you paint your door handles? Thanks!
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Those wheels are awesome! What brand, width and offset? Also nice hatch mod with the lights in the window and did you paint your door handles? Thanks!
Thanks!

The wheels are Weds Kranze LXZs. Widths and offsets are 20x8.5 +41 front 20x9 +35 rear with 225/35r20 tires.

The door handles are painted but they aren't stock. I ordered a set of chrome handles and then painted them with a translucent copper paint.
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