Hi 2006 Outback 25i owner,
” The setup is fantastic Paul, it feels like a totally different car. Thanks so much for the guidance and help. Regards, -Ben ”
Ben ordered KYB struts (with up-rated rear struts) and paired with the King Raised Springs on his ’06 OBXT and appears to love it.
” Hey, I just wanted to say that I received the kit and got everything installed. Everything was spot-on and fit up perfectly. I loved how each different stage of the install had its own separate set of instructions, parts list, and photos. It was really nice to never second guess which hardware to use or what parts went where. Install was smooth sailing. Thank you so much for putting the extra time and effort to get such a great product on the market! ” -Eli purchased 2″ Lift Kit 3/19
You can order SKIDPLATES online at: http://www.get-primitive.com
- Click on “SHOP” at the top right next to the yellow “PRIMITIVE” logo.
- In the blue banner select your YEAR/MAKE/MODEL/SUBMODEL and hit the “GO” button.
- Click the plus sign next to the “Protection/Skidplates” category in the gray panel on the left.
- Finally click the “Skidplate” sub-category and all the Skidplates that fit year, make, model and submodel that you’ve entered.
I have been driving on the new suspension setup more than two months and I have to tell you that I am very glad that I made the purchase of the raised height King Springs and that I got the alternative KYB struts for the rear of my 2008 Outback. Continue reading
From Ron B (in Canada, ‘eh)
I got a set of lift springs, new struts, and skid plates for my ’05 OBXT from you recently, and I just wanted to let you know how much I am enjoying them! They are amazing and really transform the handling of my [outback] wagon – how it should have come from the factory. No more “saggy butt” and it goes with more confidence through any conditions without being too harsh. Continue reading
Oil change access holes in Skidplates are a paradox that we encounter continuously at Primitive Racing. You’re putting large holes directly under the two most vulnerable places of your engine, the main two places the Skidplate is designed to protect. So the decision should be clear, but unfortunately not. Continue reading