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    Default TE-72 TOYOTA T-18 street SLY-DR


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    hey ya'll this is ma lil rig as it sits:

    TOYOTA T-18 TE-72
    ae86 struts wif new brakes n ajps 8kg springs koni adjustable shocks all round
    ajps 6kg springs in rear, dished work equip rims, new rubbers n bushes all round and new steering components, stock 3-tc wif headers n tuned 2" straight through exhaust sounds RAD, tough clutch standard diff gets two wheels goin when you snap 2nd needs to be welded, over all its a filthy little rig that handles
    sweet as and drifts tight in the wet, and gravel roads over the mountain are quite fun feels like a rally car lol

    recently put corona LCA's on her, looks and feels sweet
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    nice looking TE. most have way too much rust!

    maybe a lil lower? lol. since its a t-series you can run LSD. or be a man and lock that shit up.

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    specs of wheels? looks fair gd

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    rear 15x7.5 -9 front 15x7 -3

    cheers boys
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    yeh it had bugger all rust until i left it in the weather for a year n a bit while i was in melb.

    kicking myself lol

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    Looks pretty phat man!

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    looks nice mate, love those wheels.

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    Looks fat man
    And the wheels are soooo nice!

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    cheers guys.......

    so is there any certain way to chop springs?
    cos i wouldnt mind her a little lower

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    take the springs off the car and use an angle grinder. just do a small bit at a time on one side to find the height and then cut the other one to the same amount of coils.
    tidy car mate
    keep it up

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