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2005 forester struts/springs into 2000 outback ltd.


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#1 dirtwagon 171

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Posted 04 June 2010 - 08:25 AM

I need to know if this swap will work. Im looking to lift my 2000 outback ltd up a couple inches and i've heard the smart thing to do is to swap in some forester struts and springs. Will the struts and springs from an '05 forester fit or not?

any input welcome

#2 Gloyale

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Posted 08 June 2010 - 09:46 AM

I need to know if this swap will work. Im looking to lift my 2000 outback ltd up a couple inches and i've heard the smart thing to do is to swap in some forester struts and springs. Will the struts and springs from an '05 forester fit or not?


Fronts will "work" as in bolt in, but I doubt you'll get "a couple inches"

Maybe like 3/4" to 1"

Rear definately not. 2000+ Legacy and Outback have a totally different rear end setup.

If you are interested though, I do make a 2" suspension or a 4" body/suspension lift for that vehichle. The 2" kit costs less than you where going to spend on struts. PM me if you are interested.

Here is a pic of the 2" still with stock wheels and tires.Posted Image

#3 oregonoutback

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Posted 19 September 2014 - 12:09 PM

Im looking to order the lift u are making.I would like the 4in.also have a few questions. Thanks




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