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22s, super super low in the back super low in the front

beau_naulu

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what are my options and will i end up just ruining my car
 

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another vote for 22's being too much.... plus no doubt unroadworthy.

do a search on lowering to give pictures/examples of ride heights.... super super lows are waaaayyyyy too low.
i got no problems with reverse rake however, because if you have a wagon you do actually need to come down a tad lower on the rear to balance things out.

but 20's are plenty mate, seriously.
 

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22's look sweet on VE's :D

With the big wheel arches they need a big wheel to fill out the guards. :thumbsup: And they need to be LOW as... Height should be sweet ;)

O/P Don't bother asking for opinions on wheres and tyres here, all you'll get is "no bigger than 17's look any good on a commodore..."

Do what you want! Look around you, there heaps of VE's running around with 22's. Maybe P/M some of the members on here with VE's and 22's ask for their first hand opinions?
 

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Hey mate I have 20's on mine with stock suspension....but that's just my personal preference

Iv also always thought that lowering a car with just a set of springs is a good way to guarantee serious problems with other components in the suspension/drive-train in the future. If a car was meant to be that low it would have come that way....my 20's don't fill the wheel arches and therefore don't look fully sick, but i never have to worry about speed bumps or hitting pot holes and destroying my wheels
Only my opinion but, and im in no way an expert :D
 
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