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just need to lift her now


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#1 Minipro13

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Posted 17 August 2014 - 02:16 PM

finally got my 1994 Subaru loyale turbo running again and now im trying to find a way to lift it without spending $500 for a 4'' srj lift anyone on here build them?

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#2 Crawlerdan

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Posted 17 August 2014 - 04:29 PM

ive built several. but heres a secret- by the time you buy the materials and hardware, and beer and tacos for your buddies to come help you, and invest days of time into fabbing and welding- the cost of an SJR kit will become a welcome relief.

 

so- in conclusion, do it right the first time. scott, and others bust thier rump roast to make goofball parts for us. fork over the dough good buddy. you wont regret it






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