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Old 06-30-2017, 01:08 PM   #1
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Help with Visualizer - Photoshop

Can't find a decent visualizer, so maybe someone out there can help me out with photoshop

I'm kinda old school and really dig chrome and have never been a big fan of black rims. However, having a Silver HHR got me wondering if this 2-tone black rim would be a better contrast that traditional chrome. I even kicked-around the idea of some IROC replicas.
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Here you go, change the settings to yours and away you go!

https://www.tirerack.com/wheels/resu...&package=false
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I already tried that site & they don't stock TSW wheels. New rims - to me, it's one of those upgrades I gotta get right the first time. Usually, what's the FIRST thing you notice about a car/truck? Yep, that's what really does it for me. Back in the day, I bought some used rims from a friend with a similar truck as mine. I didn't have much money, but I jumped the gun and did it anyway. In the long run, I was disappointed with the look. I just had to live with 'so-so' wheels. Man, that was so many moons, mods & hair-do's ago. LOL
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Easier if you had side profile images
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Nice but lowered would look better, to much gap in the rear wheel well
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Agreed. Also may be getting leveling springs when I replace my LCA bushings. Friend of mine used to own a half panel HHR with 18's. Gave it a really nice stance. Those bushings are kinda priority before the wheels - for obvious reasons.
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Old 07-02-2017, 01:08 PM   #7
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You mean bushings or bearings. Moog K200792 bearings are not listed in the Moog catalog, but I can confirm they fit the HHR cast aluminum LCA



That's the MOOG problem solver bushing in the left and an OEM bushing in the right after only about 40,000 miles
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That's the ones I'm going to order from carid. The MOOG control arm doesn't come with the same problem solver bushing which I think is odd.
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Very! I've sent Moog a letter asking why, as Phil Collin's sings " there's no reply at all"
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A few years ago when I had a 5.9 R/T it had bfg eagles and were big bucks. Nobody stocked them because they only fit a few year models. I opted to try a different brand and was pleasantly surprised in the great handling in the rain. Posi-track with a really light rear end wasn't always easy in the rain. I decided to send this overseas manufacturer an email to tell them about my positive experience with their product. They replied the next day and were very appreciative of my business. It was all in plain English, too. So, if I purchase a product and it exceeds my expectations, I always like to let them know.
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