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Old 10-09-2012, 07:14 AM   #3
Ti Pit
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Join Date: Apr 2007
Chapter/Region: E. Canada
Location: Montreal, Quebec
Vehicle:
2005 Baja Turbo

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I must say that I am surprised for a few reasons.

First of all I based my purchase on a few things.

I researched the Baja springs and saw on an Outback forum that someone had upgrade their Outback springs with Baja Springs but kept the Outback shocks. I also saw a picture of the Baja and outback springs side by side and they were the same hight but different girth.

Second I also looked at the Monroe`s available for the Baja, they listed that they also work on 00-04 Outback. I assumed that if they also work on the 00-04 outback then the reverse should also be true.

The outback shock is shorter, not by much, but it`s shorter. the shaft might be 3/4 inch shorter on the outback and the caseing is also shorter but it doesn`t make much of an impact on overall length staying at about 3/4 inch shorter.

Everything is is pretty much the same, It would bolt up that`s for sure. You`d have to compress the baja spring a lot in order to regain that 3/4 inch difference.
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