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Old 06-26-2018, 08:46 AM   #601
HighwayStarPP
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Default The Unofficial "How to Lift your Impreza" Thread



Lifted this weekend. Used subtle solutions 2inch trailing arm spacer. Blox adjustable end links for the front sway bar and forester struts and springs. Did it by myself and took roughly 3 hours due to Florida heat. Time for some bigger tires and an alignment.

I had lifted my previous wagon with a more complex set up but this basic setup is just as good.
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Old 07-16-2018, 03:36 PM   #602
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Default 05 Obs

Not sure how active this thread still is, but im SUPER interested in lifting my 05 OBS with forester struts. I don't have too much money, but from what I've understood, I can use almost all parts directly off foresters and outbacks. Luckily for me, my local scrapyard is filled with 03+ foresters and outbacks, so finding parts wouldn't be too hard. I just need to know what EXACTLY do I ABSOLUTELY NEED. (I also want to keep my swaybars) Here is a list of things I already know:

Forester struts
Forester trailing arm brackets
Forester / outback rear sway bar bracket (?)
Camber bolts (Rear only)

What else would I really need to avoid issues, or is this a solid no frills solution?
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