Complete Lift kit comes with all the necessary hardware to get the job done right the first time!
This complete lift kit is a one stop shop for all the best parts your looking for to fully lift your Subaru without any hassle or surprises. The King springs are a progressive rate spring designed to be slightly stiffer than the factory springs. The rear springs are up-rated to not only improve handling but to allow greater loads with less sag. Towing is a breeze. We recommend the 1" lift to allow for bigger tires, retain a great ride and still improved handling even when lifted. For those wanting the maximum safe lift, even if a bit stiffer ride (when empty), the 2" kit works well. It is harder on CV's and alignment than a 1" lift, but extremely popular.
After you lift any Subaru the rear end gets out of alignment and the suspension geometry is thrown off. Our rear alignment kit (PRSS) that you get with this lift kit lowers the rear sub frame back down after lifting fixing the suspension geometry and you are able to get it aligned properly. Then you get two rear brake line extension brackets to give the rear brake lines some slack after lifting. The kit is 100% bolt on. There is no drilling, welding, or cutting involved in the install.
King Spring based lifts handle much better than spacer only lifts and allow greater payloads with much less sagging.
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