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Old 03-21-2021, 02:08 PM   #12
Chi_San
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Join Date: Jan 2004
Chapter/Region: NWIC
Location: Deadford, OR
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2005 Baja Turbo
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Originally Posted by bobsagator View Post
If anyone cares, King does not provide a front standard height spring for the Legacy. The rear spring is a "tow spring" to provide extra stiffness for those towing with their Legacy/Outback. So there it is. I have Legacy shocks and struts to lower the Baja and now have no springs to put on them.

My next avenue is lowering springs for the Legacy with a lift spacer to try to keep the standard height of the the Legacy to match the rear springs I already have, or just get all around lowering springs and lift spacers so they all "match". Seems stupid to get lowering springs then raise them with spacers, but this appears to be the only option to get stiffer springs without going any lower.
Well, hopefully not inviting a 'that's what SHE said' comment, I hope you're prepared for really stiff. o.x

Why not go coilovers? I think there are options? Or are those mostly just for the Legacy? I've never actually looked into it. Maybe give xcelleration a call?

I'm opposite. I want a 1" lift, but I want much softer springs with a harder shock.
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