Norfolk is probably just above 'really bad' on the road quality scale and apart from the real deep ones, the big 18's haven't had a problem. My car's lowered 2" so i have to watch out for the really bad drops.
As with any vehicle it is best to stay out of potholes.
It's a low profile tire and a wide rim, I wouldn't want to slam into a pothole. Make sure you keep your tire pressure where it belongs at 29 psi
BIX A BEL Cool, Ebony leather, Chrome, loaded, no XM/onstar Founding member of the "Lost Sols Club"
DDM stage III w/custom CAI
probeam, backbone, tower strut, Exedy Stage II clutch
JPM custom dash, center console, door inserts
Solo SQR2 with Norm's center defused panel
FucuzTech Tri-Y header and high flow cat DDM Stage III Upgrade here
In Western PA we don't worry about the potholes....it's the high spots BETWEEN the millions of potholes that gives us all the trouble
First 1000 Order VIN # 000218 - Time Stamp 2:35:20 DEEP with Steel/Sand leather,
137,600+ miles on the odo and still goin' strong - My wife named my car "Nittany" after Penn State, my Alma Mater
Reborn at the factory at 57,100 miles
New water pump and timing chain at 104,181 miles
Exhaust cam solenoid valve at 121,000 miles WPASC ( Western PA Area Solstice Club )
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