View Full Version : I was lost, but now I am found...

10/14/2007, 05:56 PM
Looks like we're keeping the VX for a while. Even though it doesnt get used much, it will be here when needed tho'.

Here's a couple of pictures with new skins...


Yeah, it needs a lift...

10/14/2007, 06:20 PM
Holy mud slinger there Rooster! Is that even legal?

Looks pretty nice, I would just hate to follow you in a rainstorm. ;)

10/14/2007, 06:39 PM
LOL, yeah I may need some sort of flare for inspection purposes...

10/14/2007, 10:29 PM
Is legal in Arizona. Only vehicles that need flaps here are "lifted trucks". My VX title states 2dr station wagon! :bwgy:

10/15/2007, 12:19 AM
what brand of tires are those? Also the specs on them they look great.

10/15/2007, 04:44 AM
The tires are ProComp X-Terrains in 33/12.5x15. while the wheels are some sort of aftermarkets for Chevy. The offset is pretty generous

10/15/2007, 07:25 AM
Wow, I hope all of your roads are as straight and smooth as possible. One good bump at speed and you will be seeing cladding in your rear view mirror. :eek:

Yep, I would suggest a lift with that meat.

10/18/2007, 01:12 PM

I can't see the pix of your rig & you don't seem to have a gallery. I'm just interested in how your ride looks since everyone has been giving me such a hard time about the offset on my rims. Can you repost the pix or provide a hyperlink to where your pix are located? THX

10/18/2007, 03:24 PM
LOL, yeah I may need some sort of flare for inspection purposes...

Orrrrrr...put the stockers back on for inspections.;)

10/18/2007, 08:06 PM
Hmm, you must be blocked from imageshack. I think everybody else can see them but you.

I'll look at finding another medium but you can try opening the page in a diferent browser to see if that works.

10/18/2007, 08:07 PM
My stockers are garbage. Over the past 2 years the chrome has completely delaminated from the metal and they wont hold air for more than a day or two. Hence the new meats...

10/19/2007, 08:56 AM
I was told by a safety inspector that if I were to install an amber light over each wheel, I would pass inspection. Sooooooo ... I went to another place that is known for closing their eyes during the inspection. The only problem was, I had to drive it to work to get to that place which is about 100 mile round trip so that cost me an extra $30 bucks or so with our gas mileage (LOL).