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Old 06-23-2003, 10:43 PM   #1
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Default spring compatiblity between model years

now before you say it, I did do a search, but have not come up with an answer on wether or not lowering springs for a MY'99 will fit on a MY'00 GT sedan. I've found a wealth of info, but have not come up with an answer as it's all kind of confusing. so here I sit asking the Legacy gurus to help me out a little. A certain company is trying to test fit springs, but they have them for a '97 and a '99 Legacy GT Sedan. TIA for any info you guys and gals can provide.
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Old 06-24-2003, 04:38 PM   #2
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I don't believe 1999 or older will fit a 2000+ since they went to a multi link rear suspension.
The fronts will work I believe.
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Old 06-25-2003, 12:33 PM   #3
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Some background

USDM
90-94 BC/F Legacys - struts all around
95-99 BD/G Legacys - struts all around
00-03 BE/H Legacys - struts front, multi-link rear

one thing you need to look out for is if the parts are from the JDM or most other overseas markets, they are ahead of the USDM by a year. Ex JDM BD/G = 94-98 So a 99 JDM Legacy part is for a BE/H. Food for thought.

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