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I hit a pothole today with my 22"s with Pirelli Scorpions and it cost me $278 to get repaired + $20 for a breaker bar and socket to get it off plus $15 gas money for two different people running and helping me get it to the rim shop. So my advice is if you riding dubs or higher do like they do down south and ride 2mph so everybody sees you and avoid an unnecissary bill like I wish I would of did.
 

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Learning to drive all over again.
That's my approach. I have 22's with 255/30/22 and my 300c is lowered. I already drive like I have Miss Daisy with me, but now I pay attention to the road even more. If your going to run this set up, you have to know what to expect. That being said, I would do the same set up again. I love the look and the ride all things considered is great.

Sorry to hear about your experience. That's my greatest fear with this set up. But, like I said I knew what to expect when I did it.
 

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Don't Run 30 Series Tires First Of All ! Way To Thin.
You Must Run 265/35/22 Tires. They Look Better And Have More
Side Wall Than A 30 Series. My Car Is Lowered With 1.6 Eibach Kit
And Looks Great. Wheels And Tires Fill The Wheel Wells Up Really Nice.
Just Have To Pay To Play !!
Just Be Careful And Learn Your Roads !
 

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Yeah, Wouldn't you know it, as soon as I get my 22's they start raod construction on my street. It's a mile of torn up pavement. I mean big patches that drop off 3 inches or more. But, the look is worth being careful!!!
 

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YungKolyon said:
I hit a pothole today with my 22"s with Pirelli Scorpions and it cost me $278 to get repaired + $20 for a breaker bar and socket to get it off plus $15 gas money for two different people running and helping me get it to the rim shop. So my advice is if you riding dubs or higher do like they do down south and ride 2mph so everybody sees you and avoid an unnecissary bill like I wish I would of did.
Here in Florida if you have damage from a pot hole in the roadway (not outside the solid line) the county reimburses you. It happened to a friend but he had an accident report written for proof the pot hole was inside the solid line.
 
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