Originally posted by andrew18816
...if u guys wanna go over there and talk to them about doing it they can do it because they did it to my truck and it looks sweet and it rides nice. and no the wheels dont stick out like a ####in rc car and no im not a lil wanna be thug eather that rides on daytons. its actually has 20 inch kmc stelths...
OK, so what your saying is, they did the spindle flip on your truck and you had 20" KMC's on it and it rode really nice. Then, three days later they did the spindle flip on your truck and had all kinds of problems. As long as I'm understanding you correctly, you totally contradicted yourself. How were you riding on your newly lowered explorer and everything was perfect with the ride one day and then three days later it was in the shop to get lowered with problems?Originally posted by andrew18816
just got back from the shop checkin on my truck there having some problems with it right now every time they take it out of the shop for like a 5 mile drive something breaks on it. so i guess its not to good of a idea after all...
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