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anything I can do to my tC to make it so I don't feel all the bumps on the road? Sacramento's got a lot of bumpy roads.
 

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Originally posted by Ved@Dec 30 2005, 05:25 PM
anything I can do to my tC to make it so I don't feel all the bumps on the road?
Yup.



Don't buy a sports coupe.
 

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Trade it in for a Camry


Sports coupes have rougher rides - lets you feel the road better.
 

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Originally posted by nY1018+Dec 30 2005, 07:07 PM-->QUOTE (nY1018 @ Dec 30 2005, 07:07 PM)
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Put 16" wheels on it.
i really was gonna say that, i didnt think i was right though [/b]
My 16 steelie and blizzak combo gives me a nice plush ride for the winter months. It doesn't look good, but no MD snow can hold me back now.
 

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A stupid question gets a stupid answer.
 

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Sorry, but I'm not seeing how suggesting smaller wheels is sarcastic. It's not our fault that you asked a question and didn't like the answers...that doesn't make them sarcastic.
 

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Smaller wheels is very good answer. Get 15" wheels with the correct tire size to keep the same diameter. You will have 3x as much rubber making it more cushiony, however your handling with change.
 

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Originally posted by Greenfire@Dec 31 2005, 08:52 AM
Smaller wheels is very good answer. Get 15" wheels with the correct tire size to keep the same diameter. You will have 3x as much rubber making it more cushiony, however your handling with change.
Will 15s clear the brakes? I know 16s will, but I am not sure about 15s.

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