I honestly never heard of it...I must be getting old, and if that means getting old, then I'm OK with it.All this time, i thought a Carolina Squat was something dirty. Who knew?
I just googled it. We got a lot of those around me too. I was wondering why I was seeing tires that looked like the rims were too wide or the tires were tilted in. I just figured it was a kid who didn’t have enough money to buy The tires for his rims and just made it work. I see a lot of bmw’s like this. But deff not to the extremes above. It’s still pretty stupid looking though.We have this stupidity here in NYC. It’s called “stanced”
Ask not for whom the bell tolls..................NC has just past a bill banning the Carolina Squat.
One cannot raise the front more than 3 inches and also lower the back by more 2 inches.
"They" say the headlights are a problem to on coming traffic.
I guess NC is a:
Luckily, this new law does not apply to most of the JL's that I have seen. However, those JL's are out there...
Followed immediately by this:I ran across a kid washing his truck here in myrtle with a huge squat. 6 inch lift in the front and stuffed in the back. The rims were so big his 35s looked like a roll of used electrical tape. While talking to him, I found him knowledgeable about his lift (a cheap brand that put leverage in all the wrong places), excited to share info on his trucks mods, and I enjoyed hearing about his squat truck experience. He was as proud of his truck as I am my jeep. We had a lot in common, just different tastes. Now when I see a squatted truck, I see someone with different tastes than me but a fellow enthusiast who can talk knowledgeably about suspensions and what it's like to twist a wrench on them.
...and agree wholeheartedly with both of them. What a world we live in.I didn't even know this shit was a thing. Fucking idiots.