Wednesday, November 15, 2006

This was the primer gray phase of poor, but driving anyway

This was in Hawaii, and the N50's on the back were a pair I bought for 150 bucks years before. They came from a guy who had thought they would fit on his primo '68 Road Runner without any trouble. Not gonna happen. Those N50's are about 2 feet wide across the tread, and I loved them. No way they can stay under a car unless, like I had to, you pump the hell out of the Air Jacker by Gabriel shocks in the back. Word of caution, air shocks are stronger than the welds holding the upper shock absorber mount to the body.