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#1 Heathyvt


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Posted 29 June 2009 - 08:51 PM

Hey guys i'm new here, I'v been around a few places trying to find answers. My two question is simple.

Do i need forester struts to run forester springs on my 99 legacy.

(all my forester stuff is from a 99) I have legacy spec struts and forester springs on my car right now, but i'm getting a lot of rattling and my drivers side strut needs to be replaced again after 3k. (I've replaced the front sway bar it was bent, next on my list is control arm, and yes everything is bolted down, wen't over the bolts with a mechanic and torque wrench)

Is there any easy way to tell or measure out, the control arm to tell if the geometry is off?

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