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Summer Lift Kit Group Buy
Posted 18 May 2006 - 02:59 PM
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Whoever is interested in buying a brand new manufacture Subaru lift kit for a discounted price manufactured by Allied Armament this is the OFFICIAL GROUP BUY. This is for not only EA82’s lift kits, but EJ series, and EA 81 lift kits. The lift kits are made of steel and the majority of parts are laser cut quarter inch thick. Our tranny lift components are individual tubes on EA 81 series and they are unitized on the EA82 series. they are painted with Hammerite hammered paint and are guaranteed free of manufacturing defects (cracking, bending, etc.), and come with a 5 yr warranty.
This group buy will be open for four weeks, and the pricing goes as follows. (All purchases count towards the group discounted price).
ALL LIFTS ARE AVAILABLE IN 3” OR 4” versions
Standard Lift Lowers front and rear sub frame equally 4" kit comes with extended brake lines, no water lines. No axle strain. (bolt on kit)
1-5 people $380
6-10 people $370
11-15 people $ 350
16-20 people $ 340
Moderate clearance lift (4"x 3": built using standard front lift that lowers the whole front sub assembly 4" and keeps stock axle geometry in the front. The rear of the lift is lifted via the top of the strut 3” inches (same rear lift on 4” and 3” lifts) and uses a 1” mustache bar lowering block. LIFT WILL KEEP YOUR TIRES CLOSER TO THE CENTER OF YOUR WHEEL WELLS IT IS NOT LIKE OUR HIGH CLEARANCE LIFT. This lift adds some strain to the rear axles but has proven dependable on the rear axles for over 10 thousand miles, lift will keep your rear end tucked up tightly so that you have more clearance and protection under your rear sub assembly. This lift will provide dependable drivability and superior offroad performance. This is our most affordable lift kit and comes highly recommended by our CEO. (Bolt on kit, no water lines)
1-5 $ 370
6-10 $ 360
High clearance lift: (4” lift only) built using standard front lift that lowers the whole front sub assembly 4" and keeps stock axle geometry in the front. The rear of the lift is lifted via the bottom of the strut 4” inches and is adjustable to 5” and uses a 1” mustache bar lowering block. This lift adds excessive strain to the rear axles but has proven dependable, keeps your rear end tucked up tightly so that you have more clearance and protection under your rear sub assembly. This lift is for the purest and provides superior offroad performance. (Numbchux has this lift and has written about it). (requires some cutting and fabrication).
1-5 $ 365
6-10 $ 355
EJ 1995-1999 outback legacy
EJ series lift: This is for the Outback Wagons and Legacy sedans. It comes as 2.5” lift for the outback and 4” lift for the Legacy. It retains stock geometry in the front and adds minimal strain in the rear (almost none). It is based on lowering front and rear struts via strut extensions and lowering blocks for front and rear sub assemblies. We are unsure if this lift will fit on the Imprezza model and newer model outbacks (2000 and newer). If people are interested they can bring there vehicle to our shop and have one fitted to these two types of vehicles. (We are located in Scappoose OR.) (bolt on, no wate lines)
Shipping is not included in this price.
In order to buy please put a reply thread on this board with your email or screen name if interested or email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. After we have contacted I will put your screen name on a list in this message. Payment will need to be received before the end of the group buy in four weeks from start to be eligible. After four weeks the orders will be processed and will take up to 4 weeks to be processed and shipped. Shipping is an added charge and shipments will be shipped from Shipping is $25
55948 Columbia River HWY
Scappoose OR. 97056
Please send all payments to
P.O. Box 1186
Scappoose OR. 97056
Or Via Paypal by using our email address:
James Malarkey CEO
Allied Armament www.alliedarmament.com
Posted 18 May 2006 - 06:43 PM
(Numbchux has this lift and has written about it). (requires some cutting and fabrication).
yes I do, and wouldn't consider anything else for an EA82. with the addition of an SJR 2" diff shim, you can easily run it adjusted for 5" and not worry about the rear axles.
cutting and fabbing? just cutting the rear bump stops right? or am I forgetting something.
Posted 19 May 2006 - 05:50 PM
Posted 22 May 2006 - 02:55 PM
I'm happy to provide pics/info of my kit for anyone that wants it.
Posted 22 May 2006 - 06:15 PM
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Posted 23 May 2006 - 10:45 AM
Keep in mind I'm running 29" tires.
The kit itself:
Posted 23 May 2006 - 02:46 PM
Posted 23 May 2006 - 03:41 PM
I thought I'd reiterate this little point...The rear wheel is brought forward (though it doesn't look like it does on EA81s as much as EA82s, just from petes pics), but the trailing arm pivots right there, so it can't get any closer. there is no need for any more clearance there to allow for articulation.
I don't think the EA81 kit is a "high clearance" kit. Above it says the subframe is dropped equally with no extra axle strain. If that is the case then the rear wheel will not get any closer to the front of the fender well. With the EA's trailing arm suspension, the wheel will get closer to the front of the fender well when the suspension is cranked up or drooping, but when it compresses it the wheel swings back away from the front fender well (but not by much).
I have a 4" lift (not AA, but exactly the same idea) on my EA81 hatch and I run 28.5" Swamper TSLS. There are NO clearance issues in the rear, whether either side is drooping or completely stuffed.
So basically, what I'm saying is don't worry one bit about that rear wheel clearance! It's the front end you're gonna have to go to town on to make the big tires fit.
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