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I got the car in 2010 completely stock from the Subaru dealership. I have always been into cars and keeping things simple and clean. I don’t really like anything too flashy. My favorite cars are simple and well taken care of with small details that are sometimes overlooked.... More
Yes. Simple as that: yes, you should get an alignment after you replace any suspension components with aftermarket items. This is especially important when lowering or lifting a vehicle as some very vital suspension geometries are going to be thrown off that has more impact on your vehicle than most would initially expect.... More
For those that are new to coilovers, an obvious question you may ask yourself is “how do I make sure my ride height is set even?” While there is no real science to it, there are some things to take into consideration and to keep in mind when adjusting the coilovers once installed. Let’s go over a few things that will help you get set-up and back on the road.... More
This is something we see more often than we would like to admit, even though a warning sheet is sent with every coilover kit. What do we mean about tooling the shock? For many of our coilover kits it will be necessary to remove your factory upper strut mounts from the factory suspension and install them on the coilover.... More
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