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Scott in Bellingham

SJR and SJRLIFT update whats that guy doing these days

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Just wanted to update you guys on what Ive been up to and where Im going

Just introduced a few new products


EJ 6" lift for gen1 and 2 legacys imps

EA82 8" lift (a guy in Utah just had to have one)

2000 plus 1-1/2" lift


Im getting reorganized in and around the shop will be Ordering a Tubing bender this week once setup Ill introduce a line of bumpers with and without winch mounts, will cover EA81 ,EA82, gen1 and gen2 Legacys and the 2000 + also in the future will be a subaru based buggy it will compete with the " Sidebyside" ATVS will be based off a One Doner Vehicle the EA82 plateform to start off with, will be a 2 seater caged unit can be made road legal I plan to keep one with a tow bar and tow it to the dunes, also will be introducing the 2000+ lift kits up to 6" now that I have a 2000 outback to work off , more info to come , oh yah also a repop of the EA81 factory brushbars

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Very exciting news! Looking forward to seeing some of the new stuff.

Any plans of doing any group buys next spring or when you launch some of the new items?

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Tubing bender showed up still havent set it up


got my first EJ harness trimmed down, had some good help from a local: Adam at NW Ralley Sport hes agreat guy and specializes in Subarus only



Here it is 98 Leg Wag 5 sp






Been workin on the 00 6" lift heres the process


first I chop up a good car






bring a section in the shop flip it over and unbolt the suspension






here a prototype card stock block
















I design the parts on CAD than try them out on the car before I have them lazer cut and bent

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got the CAD work done on the EA82 8" lift and the 9" lift , now taking orders for


EA82 8"

EA82 9"

EA82 9" with front Diff mount for the guys that want to go with a 2nd transfercase like a Nissan 720 or others


still havent tried out the tubing bender , been sitting in front the puter doin CAD work

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heres a EA82 with a 9" one I wheeled back in 2007, so with the 9" T-case kit , your own 2nd rear diff for the front some tube steel , a transfercase and some drivelines you can make a large lited rig with low gears and good clearence under the engine






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