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    hey i was recommended to come to this site, i want to lift my 98 legacy sedan, ive been told forester struts and springs, i just want to make sure if i do it, that its right. What do i need to lift it?


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    heres a link that'll solve everything!
    http://www.sl-i.net/FORUM/viewtopic.php?t=14185
    I'd go with some OBS struts and springs. They bolt in easy and are not difficult to find!

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    Quote Originally Posted by edyer21 View Post
    hey i was recommended to come to this site, i want to lift my 98 legacy sedan, ive been told forester struts and springs, i just want to make sure if i do it, that its right. What do i need to lift it?
    It depends how high you want to go...


    subtle solutions or jackson rally strut top spacers (1" lift)
    OR (anything more than 1" you'll need a camber bolt set for the front also)
    96-99 outback struts, your leggo springs are the same... (1.5" lift)
    OR
    96-99 outback struts with gen 1 forester (98-02) springs (you'll need the forester upper spring perch for the front too) 2ish" lift
    OR (you'll need camber kit for front and probably rear too for this one)
    gen 2 forester (2003-200 complete strut assemblies (strut, spring upper spring perch, and top hats)... 3+" lift


    gotta run but there's more info here and around. . . .


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