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'95 lift

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#1 subiemogger


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Posted 28 October 2012 - 09:56 AM

:headbang:I have been working on a '95 legacy L with good results. I have put a 2 1/2" lift and also in the middle of a strut swap with outback struts. they are just alittle over 2" longer than the stock struts I have. I want to be able to put GOOD mud tires under the car and not just pulled studded tires. I think that when i'm all done I will be able to have 215/75/15(forester wheels) tires.I am new to this forum and I came to it cuz of the great group of people that use it. ALL INPUT WELCOMED. As soon as am more familiar with this I will start to send pictures. bumpers are all cut up with custom steel work and its always covered in mud. ............yo....Subaru rules.

#2 nerpel


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Posted 05 September 2013 - 07:00 PM

I have a 96 legacy wagon that i just finished lifting. I was building a six inch lift but a week into it i noticed that i over built. I now have 30/9 .5 by15 on it with no rubbing

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