Z'ed meaning

Z'ed definition

When a frame is cut, usually in front of the rear wheels, and a section is welded in to raise the axle so large tires can be used at stock body heights, racers say their car has been z'ed [pronounced ZEED,not ZED], referring to the new appearance of the frame.

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