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    Hi i am new to the site as i just picked up my vectra on wensday. i love the look of cars lowerd but from past exsperience i will never lower any of my future cars. i had my old mk 4 astra lowerd 60mm on 17" alloys and had nothing but hassle with it so lowering is no longer an option.
    just wondering if anyone has any pics of vectra on 18" alloys, prefably vxr's and if they look just as good not lowerd.

    oh and is it worth the money to get even 19"s instea??

    Thanks Dean

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    Heres my GSi lowered on eibachs with 18 inch 888 vx racing alloys ....



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    Quote Originally Posted by dippy27 View Post
    looks realy good mate, hasit been lowerd, sits well on those wheels

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAF 3.2 V6 GSi View Post
    Heres my GSi lowered on eibachs with 18 inch 888 vx racing alloys ....


    multspokes look very good, are they ajustables?

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    Quote Originally Posted by byers View Post
    looks realy good mate, hasit been lowerd, sits well on those wheels
    Not been lowered as i tow a caravan wouldn`t want to risk draggng the a"£e of the car on the ground

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    What probs did you have, my MK4 sri was 60mm and on 18's and was spot on??

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    Quote Originally Posted by dippy27 View Post
    Not been lowered as i tow a caravan wouldn`t want to risk draggng the a"£e of the car on the ground
    am pleased it hasnt been lowerd after seeing your car mate, looks realy good, but mines a LS, sure i heard they are slightly higher??

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    Here's mine matey


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    Heres my veccy on vx 18's and original suspension, don't think i'll be lowering as i pretty ok imo and with 2 kids and all need a reasonable amount of comfort, saying thay, i have 19's on the way..


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