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#1 Aiavaras


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Posted 15 May 2009 - 02:04 AM

Hi all.
I have a problem. I just lifted my outback 2001 4cm, Im in to country side riding.
But those ho did it, didn't do it a 100% perfectly. I m having some problems now.
After it lifted my subaru offcourse rear stabilizer link had to be changed. Now it 4cm longer. After a up hill rides I bended them.
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So I changed them in to my home made strong ones. they worktout preaty well.

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Few days erlyer I was in the garage cheking my cars suspension and I noteced that my rear stabilizer is touchig the upper link. Thats why I bended stabilizer link I thought. When car suspension moved down alot while riding uphill, the upper link bended stabilizer link. And now I have a problem that i have to solve.
My question would be, can I make my stabilizer link like 0,5-1cm shorter and bend I stabilizer a little to solve freeking problem?
What would be wrong in my ideas?
I would be thankfull for any posts
P.S. Yeas I know my english sucks.

Edited by Aiavaras, 15 May 2009 - 02:21 AM.

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