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i know i dont need em, but what do you guys think about getting them just for the prostreet look? is it for th eguys with 15" ET streets and a shortened Ford 9 or is this acceptable on a rear with 9" wide tires and the stock rear?
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old Nov 9th, 01, 10:43 AM
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dont get wheelie bars unless your car can stand on the bumper

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Pro Street is out..Pro Touring is in!
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ok, just a thought. i'll forget about em, til i build that 630 CI big block i was planning j/k
pro street is still kickass, turns heads like no other, and i'll make this thing so it'll put ricers in there place...behind me, wait better yet, fading in my rear view!
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You might pass a ricer off the line, but you hit a turn and he'll fly by, well with a pro-street type car.
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ricers! i dont play with my food, i consume it!
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Say what you want, but there are a lot of fast ricers out there. There are a lot more slow ones, but Ive seen 9 and 10 second ricers that look dont look like a threat. Plus they can turn at a decent speed unlike a pro street car. Theres nothing wrong with pro-street if dont mind that going straight is all you can do well.
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post #8 of 8 (permalink) Old Nov 10th, 01, 06:55 PM Thread Starter
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well, alls i wanted to know is if it was "OK" or just stupid to wear wheelie bars, becuase i like pro street. and it turns into a ricer bashing, personally i have have a strong dislike towards them, but that really wasnt the matter at hand.
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