Join Date: Sep 2005
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Car: '03 H6 Outback, 2" body lift, HD springs, racks, tint, +50's, SubaXtreme Sumpguard & bullbar
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Not to put too much of a damper (no pun intended) on it but it is my understanding that the limiting factor with Outback lifts is the multilink rear end... And this has been the cause of a few 'strut lift' type lifts to be shelved.
So, would winding up the spring tension be lifting the rear end the same way? At what point does the spring tension become too much and the lift is like a rock?
For the front struts you need to overcome the range of camber adjustment available as the length of the strut changes.... so would you run offset strut tops?
Just a few questions... but I certainly hope you can get them sorted - I had to give up on the strut type lift and ultimately fitted a body lift...
Extreme.... Life's too short not to be!
H6, 2" Scorpion body lift, Racks, Thüle 820, Tint, HD Springs, SubaXtreme Sumpguard & Bullbar, Hella FF75 foggies, LED Reverse Globes, MP3 USB Stereo, Whiteline Strut Brace, +50's ... "subaruoutback.org" sticker , Reverse Camera & 8"LCD screen, Switchable ABS, Internal mounted spare, Forester rims,Grabber AT2's
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