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Old 02-13-2006, 11:13 PM   #6
JazzyMT
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Join Date: Feb 2006
Chapter/Region: NWIC
Location: Montana
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2005 Outback XT
Champaign Gold

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There are two or three folks over on subaruoutback org who have done it. It actually firms up the ride since the lift is achieved through stiffer springs (generally). Scorpion offers both a spring lift (~1.5") and a body lift kit that uses aluminum blocks to raise the body 2" above the drivetrain, which improves approach, departure and misc. clearance although technically, your minimum clearance doesn't change with the body lift since your drive train is still the same.

I think it's ok on an outback, but unfortunately, the wheel wells on the Outback are too tight to fit larger rubber in, even with the lift. I saw an Outback sport with the lift and bigger tires though and it looks just awesome.
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