If you like to clown and dump your ride, you may have a preference for lowering your vehicle and showing off its hydraulics. If you like it locked up, you may be leaning toward lifting your car or truck as high as it will go. Or maybe you just want your sedan to handle better in the snow. Aside from the lowrider slang, what else is there to know about lowered and lifted cars?
Question 1 of 18
Which of the following are tweaked for use as spacers and blocks?
Question 2 of 18
Drivers in snowy climates can do which of these modifications?
Question 3 of 18
Camber problems affect the following:
Question 4 of 18
The expression "it's riding on rails" refers to which of these qualities?
Question 5 of 18
A solenoid might be found where?
Question 6 of 18
Lifting or lowering a car or truck should always involve doing this:
Question 7 of 18
Does lowering a vehicle lift your profile with law enforcement officers?
Question 8 of 18
When is lifting a drag?
Question 9 of 18
Which of the following is NOT a popular car to lower?
Question 10 of 18
Using heat to shorten suspension springs has the following effect:
Question 11 of 18
Where might you hear someone yell "nice airbags"?
Question 12 of 18
Adding big tires is an easy way to lift a car or truck.
Question 13 of 18
How many batteries does it take to power an adjustable hydraulic lifting system?
Question 14 of 18
What does it mean to level a car?
Question 15 of 18
Traditional lowriders are often detailed with which of the following?
Question 16 of 18
Is it OK to lift and lower a vehicle with hydraulics while driving?
Question 17 of 18
What does a torsion bar do?
Question 18 of 18