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This is a discussion on Photoshoot with White Grids within the Member Show-Off & Photography forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Once the car is actually lowered, it shouldn't stick out as much with some camber. Once it's a low, a ...

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    Once the car is actually lowered, it shouldn't stick out as much with some camber. Once it's a low, a valid opinion could be made.. I personally like the way it looks.

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    That looks really nice. The hatch style is growing on me as well.

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    When the wheel extends past the edge of the fender it throws a lot more sand, gravel and other debris along and against your body panels, basically sandblasting them. Mud flaps would help in protecting things, but will increase air resistance (but probably negligibly.)

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