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Old 02-25-2008, 12:46 AM   #1
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Ok...For this upcoming spring/summer, once I get the car all finished and back on the road, I really wanna do some wheels. I like for the rim to fill the wheel well. For a while I was considering 22'*. I killed that idea, cuz I am doing performance mods as well this year and do NOT wanna sacrifice that too much, so I decided Im going with 20'*. Now is there any possible way to lower my car? I haven't heard much about that on this board with 00+ so I am going to assume no? Any ideas without going with bags or hydros...lemme know?


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it has been thought that the Caddy STS/DTS lowering springs will fit, but noone has tried yet
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Hmmm...interesting...


Can anyone confirm this?
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It'* good you're going for the 20'*.
22'* tend to look too big on Bonnevilles and with the work you're doing with the hood and door handles, etc. 22'* would take away the edge of all that work.
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