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    #11
    Nilift ko na nga, eh. Bakit ko pa ilolower? hehehe.

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    #12
    para sa hindi maka-decide, just go with the adjustable air suspension

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    #13
    Quote Originally Posted by mgbrillo
    tanong ko lang if its a good idea to install lowering springs in your SUV just for looks? my SUV has a 16" rims (stock) and im wondering how it would look if i lower it a bit and then change rims and tires as: 19" with 55 tires.

    would this void the warranty for the car?
    Why would you do that? Sorry, but when i think about it, it's like having a pitbull but as tall as a hush puppy Ok, maybe that's a bit exaggerated. But, no i wouldn't...it defeats the usual purpose of having an SUV, at least over here in the Philippines.
    By the way, have you seen this lifted Jaguar XJR(?), the owner may have somewhat similar dilemma before he went ahead and modified it:

    Pero kanya-kanyang trip naman yan, so post a pic if you do install...

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    #14
    nah... defeats the purpose of an SUV in the first place.

    a slammed SUV still isn't as pretty as a slammed sedan. looks a bit awkward.

    and yes, here in the Philippines - that would definitely f*ck up your warranty.

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    #15
    somebody actually did this to their jag??

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    #16
    i dont mind, really depends on the owner siguro yes kung dalawa suv ko. . one for off roading and the soft roader of the two be dropped. .
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    #17
    no for me.. but if mayaman ako.. why not po..hehe astig yun.. but kulang po 19s.. pag lowered.. dapat po.. 22 at least to 24.. maybe even 26s

    but if daily driven.. and 19 lang po ikakabit.. beter not nalang po

    makapal parin po yung goma ng suv sa 19s eh

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    #18
    Quote Originally Posted by Boy Torotot
    Why would you do that? Sorry, but when i think about it, it's like having a pitbull but as tall as a hush puppy Ok, maybe that's a bit exaggerated. But, no i wouldn't...it defeats the usual purpose of having an SUV, at least over here in the Philippines.
    By the way, have you seen this lifted Jaguar XJR(?), the owner may have somewhat similar dilemma before he went ahead and modified it:

    Pero kanya-kanyang trip naman yan, so post a pic if you do install...
    ayus sa trip... hehehe

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    #19
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    #20
    mas maganda parin kpag SUV look. pero kung gusto mo nman mag bling okey lng may pera ka nman po eh.. =)

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