1. Ok, thanksCongratulations on the SS! Thoughts on your list:
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3. Check with forum vendor Jon @bestwheeldeals.com as he can tell you what will depending on if you lower or not, and set you up with the correct offset based on that decision. If you lower and keep the magride make sure to have a ride height recalibration done on the magride, otherwise the system will "think" the vehicle is under load and it will probably ride like a grain truck.
4. From what I've seen on here, Holden badges are much like a CAI. Once that Pandora's box has been opened... You'll start with the grille and trunk no doubt. You'll need to hurry on that radio btw., the service is still available but we're not sure for how long.
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All of that and then you get in and see a Chevy bowtie on the steering wheel? Start saving now.
Thanks I call them my two mistress’s ever since hol has shut down prices of vf commodores have climbed more than what I paid for especially the cludsport
I'm an older semi-gearhead. I have owned a couple of 1st gen Mustangs (I know, I know...), a mid-2000's BMW (I know, I know...), 2006 GTO (6 sp) that my son totaled and am now on the verge of my final (I think) midlife crisis. Oh, who the heck am I kidding, my last old age gasp for some driving excitement! I don't own an SS yet but as soon as my sister-in-law and her kids move out with all of their stuff (next month, I hope) I'll have room in my garage for a big boy toy. What's it like as a daily driver? How are parts and service? I live in a Chicago suburb so there are plenty of Chevy dealers around. I think I want a 2016 or 2017 for the magnetic shocks. Any advice would be appreciated.Welcome to Chevy SS Forum! Please tell us a bit about yourself, your driving history, cars you have owned and loved, and why you like/hate the Chevy SS.
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