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Out with the old...tires that is.

Discussion in 'General Viper Discussion' started by Jeebs, Apr 16, 2013.

  1. Jeebs

    Jeebs Viper Owner

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    I went today to get new tires so yesterday i took the car out for a little ride.


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  2. Allan

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    Very nice................................:2tu:
     
  3. Torquemonster06

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    Way cool.:headbang:
     
  4. JAY

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    Who says the Viper isn't a HYBRID ? As you can see , it Burns both Rubber and Gasoline ! :lmao: :burnout:
     
  5. Natrops

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    Excellent!
     
  6. denniskgb

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    Good job. I should have done the same before I changed my set.
     
  7. gb66gth

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    A smokey sendoff. I love it!:2tu:
     
  8. GTS Dean

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    Have your right rear camber and toe checked out.
     
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    Good call!
     
  10. Jeebs

    Jeebs Viper Owner

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    I'm actually in the process off lowering the car now. So the alignment will come after. But thanks for noticing.
     
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    I see an article coming for Viper Magazine: "how to use a burnout as a diagnostic" :D
     
  12. msp282

    msp282 Viper Owner

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    nice! did you left foot brake it?
     
  13. Jeebs

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    I did at the start to get a good smoke for the pics, and then I rolled it out, right foot down. :D
     
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    Getting your money's worth! Love it!
     
  15. Allan

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    What are you guys freaking out on? I don't see the big deal. :dunno:

    That looks like normal driving for a Viper. ;)
     
  16. Bill Pemberton Woodhouse

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    Make sure you don't lower it too much or you compromise the oilpan and some other items. What are you going with , tire wise??
     
  17. Jeebs

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    Im only lowering it an inch. I can't go any lower or I wouldn't be able to get out my driveway. As far as tires I went with the BF G Force t/a KDW. I know there not the best tires but they have good reviews, look good and were not that expensive. They are on the car but I haven't been able to get the car out yet. But im looking forward to it.
     

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