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I talked to the guy over at adf about wanting to do new struts and springs as well as using his 2 inch lift kit, he advised me to use stock springs with the new struts or go with some aftermarket ones that are oem height. I wanted springs to give the car a more responsive feel but the only aftermarket ones I've found are rallitek springs but they raise the rear .4 inches. He said the 06 outback suspension doesn't like going above a 2 inch lift without sacrificing longevity of parts so he advised me to go with a 1.5 inch lift with the 2 inch multi link spacer kit. Just wanted to know what you guys think I should do. Does this all make sense?
 

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He said the 06 outback suspension doesn't like going above a 2 inch lift without sacrificing longevity of parts

Does this all make sense?
Yes this makes sense. However, if you get the WhiteLine, Megan racing or Godspeed (4) link for the rear, it will reduce the stress he is talking about. I would recommend one of the (3) anyway to ensure you get the proper rear alignment after all the work is done.

Without a 4 link, I think you are going to wear out rear parts quickly. You may want to check out some of my products as well.

http://www.subaruoutback.org/forums...6-subaru-specialty-products-tdck-cke-ssp.html

Sway bar bushings, rear sway bar reinforcement brackets, and a transmission mount insert are all appropriate for a lifted vehicle.
 
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