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will this strut bar be effective?

Discussion in 'Stop, Drop & Roll' started by Hummer, Nov 13, 2009.

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    James Bullshit Police

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    Coilovers are where its at.
    Bags are for groceries.
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    I put my groceries in crates and boxes.
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    Like a cali sir.
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    AHHHHHSHHIEEEETTTT
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    Bro, coilovers ARE springs&shocks. That's why I said springs&shocks.
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    Nobody calls them springs and shocks DAB. If springs and shocks are springs and shocks... then what are springs and shocks and how do you tell them apart if they're both called springs and shocks? DAB
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    lol two hummerfaces. Coilovers are a specific combination of springs and shocks, so I was being more general. What else was I gonna call it, suspension? I didn't say coilovers because they really aren't necessary. Most people don't have them (can't afford them). I didn't have coilovers on my Corolla, and I had no need for them.
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    Your ride height says otherwise
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    You said you didn't need coilovers on the corolla, but your ride height disagrees with you.
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    The ride height has nothing to do with it? The Corolla was light, small, and nimble enough that it didn't need super-stiff coilovers to blast around curves. The IS was way too heavy feeling, so I went with coilovers after the springs didn't work.
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    I'm gonna side with Gold on this whole argument.

    Also

    bananas
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    I wasn't meaning anything about performance. It was strictly a SUV height joke.
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    Oh. Who had SUV height?
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    YOUR GODDAMN COROLLA
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    Macks still does :troll:
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    LMAO!!!!
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    NO MANGOS?
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    My corolla wasn't SUV height, at least not when it died lol.
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    ummmm....yea it was
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    Dude you're the last one who can talk.
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    answer not denied so true



    :please: please....ill show you
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    I don't have to deny anything to you cbass :kidding:
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    I don't think that bar would work well for your Corolla. I'd get a TRD version
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    lol
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