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thebrickblog Never forget where you came from. [ #volvo #volvo240 #wagon #drift #sick #snow #winter #skids #neat ] 1mon

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thebrickblog Buckle up. [ #volvo #3point #oldschool ] 2mon

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  •   thebrickblog @dennis.krahn yes. I changed the fuel filter. 2mon
  •   itsalexwest @thebrickblog Hey man, I adore your 245. I just picked up some Style 5s and was wondering what setup are you on? Re-drilled wheels, re-drilled lugs, lug adapters? Is the stock offset +20 appropriate for 240s? What side profile are your tires? What suspension are you on? Thanks a lot man. 1mon
  •   thebrickblog @itsalexwest hey man, good to hear. I'm using adapters right now (108x5 to 125x5 I believe) they work great, just use a torque wrench or you might snap a stud, I did on my old hnr's. I have 1" offset in the front and 1.25" in the rear. As far as the tires go I've got 125 40 17 on, its was a bit of a stretch. I'm on kaplekeny coilovers with race struts. If you want some just go to kaplekenyracing.com and Ben will help you out. Not the cheapest but very well built. 1mon
  •   itsalexwest @thebrickblog I'm familiar with Kaplhenke but if you want to properly use their coil system, it gets really expensive quick... core charges, steering geometry correctors, inserts, and so forth. Not worth it on my 2,000 dollar brick... Anyways, for the different offsets, did you use different thickness adapters? 1in front and 1.24in rear? Thanks a bunch. 1mon
  •   thebrickblog @itsalexwest yes I used different adaptor thickness. 1.25 is pretty much flush in the rear, I had to hammer my fenders so it wouldn't rub. 1mon

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