Re: Good alignment shop in Denver?
I got several 357 Mag hollow points with "Air shocks" engraved on them. I stocked up as well proir to the upcoming amo tax hike.
The new suspension will change the look a lot. I have the "80's" look now:
- stock height front end
- jacked up rear end
- skinny tires in front
- fat meats in the rear
- solid 15 inch wheels all around,
- drum brakes front/back.
When it's all done, it will be more of touring look.
- lowered front end
- lowered rear end
- wide but low profile front tires
- wide but low profile rear tires (backs wider than fronts),
- spoked 17-18 inch wheels
- disk brakes all round
- 11-13 inch drilled/slotted rotters
- red calipers
Besides the airshocks to get the backend up, you can also use rasing blocks. Some guys on this site have used them. I hear you can get 1-3 inches out of them but once again, it messes with the ride/handling.
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