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On my old Saff, I had FSDs and Eibach springs and it was a good ride, but did not lower as much as I wanted. I am ok with most road hazards, but wash-boarding is pretty rough!

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Engine bay as it sits currently

Check your oil?

Check your transmission fluid lately?

Oh and top up your coolant.

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I have a few tiny coolant leaks, I top it off every 2 months. The line connecting two hard lines behind the block and the heater core lines all seep slowly which is why I bought a new heater core and lines so I can just knock it all out at once

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Finally we have some real spring weather so I put summer tires on my daily driver. The visual impact from 14' steelies to 17' Polaris is crazy! I love it :rolleyes:

Looks awesome!

I took this at work the other night... she's a looker.

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Could use 10 mm spacers in the rear.

Otherwise very nice car! B)

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With 25mm spacers in the rear, but i think it´s gonna be 15mm instead.. :D

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