Complete Lift kit using the up-rated King Springs, Primitive Racing's Strut Top Lift Spacers, Whiteline Rear Camber Bushings, to get the job done.
This kit gets approx 1.3" of Lift.
This complete lift kit is a one stop shop for all the best parts your looking for to fully lift your Subaru Outback with minimum hassles or surprises. The front King springs are a progressive rate spring designed to be slightly stiffer than the factory springs. This helps ride, handling and ability to load. After you lift any Subaru the rear end gets out of alignment and the suspension geometry is thrown off. The rear camber bushings provided addresses the camber and a bit of the toe. The kit is all 100% bolt on. There is no drilling, welding, or cutting involved in the install. Some customers have reported that the alignment shop had difficulty getting the rear toe in, back to factory spec. Also, some front CV issues have been reported with this "max height" lift kit. If you only need a little lift, just get the raised height kit found under the SPRINGS category. This kit is for serious off-roaders and those needing max height and are willing to work thru a difficult install.
If most reliability is a concern, just get the King raising spring kit (slighly less lift, ~ 1") which is the recommend lift for this car. We can still send fully assembled with new struts if those options are chosen.
Lift Kit contains: 4 heavy duty King Springs, 4 strut top lift spacers, and the Whiteline adjustable rear camber bushing kit. New struts are optional, but recommended.
Add a NEW set of KYB struts front and rear and get the Up-Graded rear shocks for best results! And you can get the struts fully assembled with all new strut tops and spring perches and dust boots/bump stops.
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