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Old 05-15-2011, 09:21 PM   #1
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questions about drive the prelude 2001 in winter

Hi, i want to buy a prelude 2001, but in edmonton canada there are 6 to 7 months of snows. i know that the prelude 2001 is really low and i want to make it higher so i can drive it in the snow. i am not sure about what should i do in order to make it higher, and is there any risk of the prelude got higher than the original high when you drive it in the snow. first i thought its about the bumpers, is that right?
plz help me to figure out how to make the prelude 2001 drive in winter as well as in summer.
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