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Any Love for "Stanced", "Slammed" or Cars with "Fitment"?

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by GVFlyer, Apr 20, 2017.

  1. GVFlyer

    GVFlyer Senior Member

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    It so, which?

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    ...and for the country boys.
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    Fitment:
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    Of course, you can be "Stanced", "Slammed" and have "Fitment".
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    tous GET A ROPE!

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    The only 2 cars I would have are the NSX and the Grey 335. The rest- no.
     
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    Some people do this, some people lift trucks. HH
     
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    I like some of this matte finish stuff also. See quite a few small pickup trucks in my area matted out.


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    I don't like it but not my car or money.
     
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    NeverMore1701 Fear no Evil Platinum Member

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    That looks awesome, except for the wheels.
     
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    We just moved and the neighbor a couple houses down has this. My wife: "What is wrong with his truck." LOL
     
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    And to answer the question, it looks like a lot of overlap between your definitions. I prefer something more normal looking. Acura and one of the BMWs look OK, the rest look silly to me.

    I expect a sports car to be a little lower, but I don't like to feel every pothole I drive over. I assume most of this have airbags...not sure what that does to the ride.
     
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    On a sports car I like to lower 1"-1.5". On a truck I like a 3" lift and a slightly larger tire. Just enough to where only car guys/girls will notice the difference.
    I had a murdered out car in 2010-2012 before I sold it. I've only seen a couple matte colored cars I liked. Most of them I don't.
     
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    I respect everyone's individual opinion, but no.

    To me it looks like a good way to tear up a good set of tires.

     
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    I will never own another matte black vehicle. Maintenance is a giant pita.
     
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    Maybe not exactly what you were looking for
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    collim1 Shower Time!

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    Yeah, me too. I subtly lowered my BMW M3 about .60 inch to improve its track performance, but I certainly didn't "slam" it.

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    NeverMore1701 Fear no Evil Platinum Member

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    I do like the red Acura and grey BMW.
     
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