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Old 09-09-2019, 02:25 PM   #1
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Default 2019 Crosstrek MallCrawlerRated Lift Kits. Testers Wanted

For the bro's. I've been beating up the prototype Crosstrek Lift kit the past few months and were just about ready to release a short run, pre production number of kits before full blown run. 1.5" lift. Few things that we hope set us a part. Complete rear ARB relocation brackets out of 11G steel. With double shear on the upper mount. Mix of Tig and Mig welded. Powder-coated parts. Custom length DOT rated brake lines. This will get rid of the drop brackets that some of the other kits will use. Little more involved with the install, but 100% worth it. Brake pedal feel is much nicer. Front tophat spacers are camber and caster corrected for proper alignment geometry. Pricing should be right in line with the other complete options on the market. All made in house.


We are looking for a few testers. You will get a complete kit at a greatly reduced price.
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Some of the raw parts before welding and coatings.

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Old 09-12-2019, 04:15 PM   #2
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So tempting. With the much greater wheel well room of the 18+, this is far more doable than with the old one. We have one of each and stock sized snows rub on the 13 while there are fingers of room on the 19.

But I would never offroad mine. That's what the Wrangler's for.
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Old 09-12-2019, 05:48 PM   #3
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I put some more shots on our instagram page. @k4rt30y
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Any idea if these would work on a '16 Impreza? About time to replace the tires but was hoping to hold out for a bit of lift first
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Old 11-05-2019, 03:39 PM   #6
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Any idea if these would work on a '16 Impreza? About time to replace the tires but was hoping to hold out for a bit of lift first
Were working on a kit for that. i think it'll be pretty easy to modify/mix and match of our current kartboy line to make something pretty kick ass. Stay tuned
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Were working on a kit for that. i think it'll be pretty easy to modify/mix and match of our current kartboy line to make something pretty kick ass. Stay tuned
Any idea of what the different kits will cost?
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