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H 6 front springs.

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#1 Steve W.

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Posted 04 February 2010 - 06:49 PM

Hi all. Say, has anyone tried H6 fr. springs on a 2.5 Out Back. My wife's 02 OB wagon sits low in front. In the winter, the snow & ice build up so tite around the fr. whls. it wont let her turn off of Interstate to get home. Big 16s to tite to the fenders. I need to repl. the fr. struts anyway,(with KYBs) and I thot. it should lift it some. Iders? Thanks, S.

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Posted 04 February 2010 - 07:30 PM

It's been done and it works very well: lifts the front by I think a little over an inch. I'm not sure if he is on this site, but a guy by the name of MudRunner on SubaruOutback.org and SL-I.net did it.



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