no it won't.wapmonk said:My civic is lowered 2" and i was wondering if it'll be a problem draining the oil once i get the car on the ramps, beause it'll be at such an angle?
man, i so rarely trust those bastards... they will be the first to tell you that a car has only one size wiper blade too.... :td:wapmonk said:got it done simply, i jus used the big old low jack and jacked it was up and it was no problem, but the autostore gave me the wrong filter.
my friends Si was on H&R race springs... when we took it to our shop two guys had to grab the fenderwell and lift so I could swing the lifting pad under the lift point.... this was a professionsal freakin lift too!wapmonk said:yea dude from now on im if i dont know something then i'll look it up myself, stupid autozone, oh and yea my car cant get up ramps at all, i had absolutely no clearance
hahaha we had to do the same thing except there was no lift involved, luckily civics arent that heavygrocgetr said:my friends Si was on H&R race springs... when we took it to our shop two guys had to grab the fenderwell and lift so I could swing the lifting pad under the lift point.... this was a professionsal freakin lift too!
haha i know exactly how you feel with the driveways and speed bumps as well, it sucks in northern virginia there are speedbumps and driveways everywhere you godjcaseanova said:had a similar problem, couldnt park in my driveway because it was slammed so low. I couldnt even use boards. I had to do about a 100 point turn to get it in the driveway an when i finally got in, i was perpendicular (sp?) with my driveway and had to then straighten out. haha
depending on how high the slant your car is in when changing the oil, the only problem would be how far our and how fast the oil comes out of the oil pan. =)