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#1 krynea


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Posted 14 November 2005 - 07:50 AM

Hey guys

I got a 1990 4WD L-series wagon, and i got $300-400 to blow on her, its pretty much stock with only off road rims and beafy highway tyres.

What do you guys reckon? I'm thinking about a 2inch lift kit, or maybe an engine mod to give her some extra grunt(lets face it, they dont have much). Also maybe some All Terrain tyres, but to do this i'll need a lift kit...

Has any one heard about suspension height adjustment as a stock feature on these? Ive read the repair book and it says there's a way but i cant figure it out!


#2 offroadsubaruguy


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Posted 14 November 2005 - 09:22 AM

the 85 and 86 year models of the 4wd wagon had adjustable struts from the factory.... its only an inch, but every little bit helps... i would say that your best bet in finding any of these would be at your local junkyard..... as these things are pricey from parts stores....( last i checked it was around $175 per corner )

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