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Re: Winter Z project

Post  Mr240 on Sun Feb 06, 2011 2:06 am

it sounds like you need to make some ramps!!!

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Re: Winter Z project

Post  Drivessidewayz on Sun Feb 06, 2011 12:04 pm

ehh =\ The only things the ramps would help with are engine oil and diff oil changes. I figure at most I could go up 3 inches for every foot of travel, so they'd have to be 4 feet long before the top of it to get much under them at all =\ They'd have to be at least a foot wide and I'd have to jack the rear of the car up anyway to slide them under.

I've thought about it already, lol.

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Re: Winter Z project

Post  Mr240 on Sun Feb 06, 2011 1:23 pm

I'm saying to help you jack it up, I can't get any jack under my car w/o my ramps. I just used 2x10's and when the tires stick off the side it doesn't matter, I mean you'll have 10" on the ramp. But mine are like 5' long just to go up 4" lol. I'm just saying even like just a single 2x10 would make it easier just so you don't have to go front to back repeatedly.

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Re: Winter Z project

Post  Drivessidewayz on Sun Feb 06, 2011 2:54 pm

Oh, I see. No, I can fit my lo-pro under the car; I go front to back so often so the car is jacked up in a generally level position. I don't like it teetering on one or two jackstands.

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Re: Winter Z project

Post  EvoLite on Tue Feb 08, 2011 1:59 pm

Any luck on finding a fender roller? I know you can rent them off some sites online...maybe we could get together to get one and split the costs?
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Post  Drivessidewayz on Wed Feb 09, 2011 4:14 pm

As it turns out I don't need one yet. I still have two fingers of clearance between each tire and the fender.

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Re: Winter Z project

Post  EvoLite on Wed Feb 09, 2011 7:30 pm

Drivessidewayz wrote:As it turns out I don't need one yet. I still have two fingers of clearance between each tire and the fender.

Lucky you! I thought mine were going to be okay but after I drove it around I realized they definitely were not lol
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Re: Winter Z project

Post  Drivessidewayz on Fri Feb 11, 2011 4:05 pm

Well, I haven't driven it yet so I'm not entirely sure; I'm just going by the amount of clearance I have. If it dives too much in hard turns, then I may have an issue.

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