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Get bigger rims and tires. The wheels will look better and you'll gain a few inches. Answer: You can raise the car by adding a taller tire (doesn't have to be a bigger rim) or by putting an air bag suspension on the front, or a taller spring or torsion bar, and for the rear, if it a solid axle (not independent) you can use lift blocks between the axle and the leaf spring.
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how to raise the front end of my 1973 impala
sounds like the starter solenoid is going bad. had this happen on my car. very common in prizms. get it fixed soon while the car still starts...
Are there such things as electric or hydraulic kits that will raise and lower the driver's side car seat a few inches in a Ford Escape to accommodate a short person's stature?
put a spacer block between the seat rail and the floorboard.
same problem with our old marquis. catylatic (sp?) converter is plugged remove it
Yes they will work as long as you run 245-35 series tires.
to Raise a car you need to modify the suspension by getting larger springs, body mount lift blocks and adjusting the alignment once it is raised
if your car cannot warm itself up when your not in it, then yes it would be a good idea to let it warm up a few minutes before driving.
8 - 12 inches of clear blue ice is enough to support the weight of a car.
I have heard that when you get plenty of sleep, you slowly grow, and eat or drink plenty of calcium.
The person in the car is to blame because the person riding the bicycle would have no way of telling when the car door would be open. the person in the car could have easily l…ooked in the side mirrors and could have seen if someone riding a bicycle was passing by. Added; The traffic offense charge would be "Opening Door to Traffic."
because it interferes with radio waves signals that are transfering from one place to another
The term "a few inches" generally refers to about three inches.
It is to change the arrangement or position of something.