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    Quote Originally Posted by scotto View Post
    Too bad you weren't closer, I have a set of Can-Do toyota swap arms left over from my Mazda, along with the Toyota drop spindles.
    Oh nice, im not baggin the mazda though its staying staticked. I have the cando arms on my yota though and I love them!

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    Been a lil while got some decent updates, ordered a new grillle and bumper! Friggin mazda bumpers come in 4 pieces lol dropped them off with my buddy to get them painted gloss black. Hopefully be getting them back soon.



    Sanded this whole bitch down to give it a new color. Was planning on doing flat white, started it and just didnt look good, so got some satin esspresso. Came out pretty good, still getting used to the color never had a brown truck before but its different. I think once I get the front end back and paint some other pieces gloss black like the door handles and b-pillars etc it will look real good.









    My bumper and corner lights were looking pretty dole, so I scuffed them up with a scotch brite pad then through a couple coats of clear over them. Look way better.

    Before


    After


    Oh yea and forgot to post this a while ago, I've had one of those wink mirrors for years, used to have it in my yota long time ago. So dusted it off threw some stickers on it and put it in. Looks pretty cool.



    And last but not least, ordered these today!

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    oooohhhhh



    Gonna need some work lol

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    ^^ that last update: WINNING! Luv those Nascar-style wheels!

    theres a guy with a Ranger with the same sort of wheels i guess...

    heres a link:
    http://www.stanceworks.com/forums/sh...t=32166&page=2
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    Oh yea! I got my wheels today too, and it looks like we're in the same boat lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by nickskater09 View Post
    I think Jody, along with Ashton, like to push the line between "street legal" and "realistically driveable".

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    sick truck man

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    I have one of thos !!

    My Work Truck


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    Thanks guys! Yea I've seen quite a few people using these wheels, cheap and good sizes. They look just like diamonds but I got them from Jegs. Was going to get them from summit but they raised their prices on those wheels. Found two used tires today, I think im gonna have to stop being cheap and just get two new ones tomorrow lol. I want to put them all on tomorrow but we'll see. Ended up going with 215/50s they even had to use the cheeta to get them on lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by milano_red View Post
    Oh yea! I got my wheels today too, and it looks like we're in the same boat lol
    What kind and size wheels did you end up getting?
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    15x10 -45

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickskater09 View Post
    I think Jody, along with Ashton, like to push the line between "street legal" and "realistically driveable".

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    Get those on!
    The only thing lower than my standards is my truck.

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    Thats an impressive size wheel for those trucks. When I had my Mazda, I was running a 15x8.5 -16 offset American Racing Outlaw, and had my Can-Do arms set up with some tabs so I could run coilovers on it instead.

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    Thats a nice truck.. Got those same d-shaped widows except 16x10 -38.. When I saw the wheels stick out more than 2 inches, I knew I had work to do. Fitment turned out great. Good luck pulling the bed ahah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by milano_red View Post
    15x10 -45

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    -45?!?! Damn man lol mines 15x10 -38 and they stick out alot. The toyotas suspension is a lil narrower though, these mazdas are pretty wide especially the rearend.

    Quote Originally Posted by beluga420 View Post
    Thats a nice truck.. Got those same d-shaped widows except 16x10 -38.. When I saw the wheels stick out more than 2 inches, I knew I had work to do. Fitment turned out great. Good luck pulling the bed ahah!
    Thanks man yours is badass too! I was going to go with the 16x10's but they were like 200 bucks extra. Yea they stick out pretty far, it shouldnt be too hard to flair the bed out on this though, I found a tech article from an old minitruckin magazine flairing bedsides and it was actually on a b2200 bed too.
    Slow and Low that is the Tempo
    civic build thread-http://www.stanceworks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=41628

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotto View Post
    Thats an impressive size wheel for those trucks. When I had my Mazda, I was running a 15x8.5 -16 offset American Racing Outlaw, and had my Can-Do arms set up with some tabs so I could run coilovers on it instead.

    That sounds like a cool setup! Those cando arms are badass too. I was thinkin of going something like that size, but 15x10 just sounds and looks crazier lol.
    Slow and Low that is the Tempo
    civic build thread-http://www.stanceworks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=41628

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    Oh yea I put the wheels on today, guess I'll post some pics sorry there's alot I was excited and using my gfs camera, way better than cell phone lol unfortunately I had to raise the front for now so I can drive it. Hoping to go roll the fenders soon.













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    Holy shit! Now I have to get mine mounted and the truck lowered!

    What size tires are you running?


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    Quote Originally Posted by nickskater09 View Post
    I think Jody, along with Ashton, like to push the line between "street legal" and "realistically driveable".

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    Hell yea man get to it! Lol well yesterday I was bein cheap and trying to find some used tires, couldnt find any 205/50s but came across a pair if 215/50s. Went looking for 2 new ones and nobody friggin caries them! So just got some 205/50s for the front. Eventually ill get the same for the back so they're all matching.
    Slow and Low that is the Tempo
    civic build thread-http://www.stanceworks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=41628

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    Good luck with that, I still can't get my bed to tuck my by 9 wheels. Looks promising though,
    The only thing lower than my standards is my truck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isuzupickup View Post
    Good luck with that, I still can't get my bed to tuck my by 9 wheels. Looks promising though,
    Im hoping it wont be too much trouble, Im keeping those wheels no matter what so I'll make something work lol. Their is a tech article that was in an old minitruckin about flairing bedsides that im gonna try. You should check it out, especially since you're pretty close to clearing.

    http://www.minitruckinweb.com/tech/b...o/viewall.html
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    what are you running for suspension up front?

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    Just cranked down torsions. Cut the bumpstop brackets out, and running the smallest shocks I could find.
    Slow and Low that is the Tempo
    civic build thread-http://www.stanceworks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=41628

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    Shortest shocks? What are they meant for?


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    Quote Originally Posted by nickskater09 View Post
    I think Jody, along with Ashton, like to push the line between "street legal" and "realistically driveable".

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    I dont remember, i just went to napa because they had a huge shock catalog and told him i need the smallest shock that has the same bolt pattern as a b2200. Found a pair that collapsed were just under 8 inches I believe.
    Slow and Low that is the Tempo
    civic build thread-http://www.stanceworks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=41628

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