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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-29-2001, 09:12 PM
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Need more ground clearance on 92 legacy - help?

Have a 92 legacy wagon and want more ground clearance for some of the 4WD roads here in Durango. Anyone have ideas? Saw the website for "Scorpion's 2" body lift-kit". They say that this allows for a larger wheel and therefore greater clearance without changing drive train geometry. Any ideas? Thanks.

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 07-29-2001, 11:36 PM
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Re: Need more ground clearance on 92 legacy - help?

Scorpion is in Australia, it will cost you a lot of $$$$$ for shipping. Unless you wanna go visit there first and score some lift kit.
Ask around some of your good fabricator friends something could be done to your Legacy. Nothing is imposible in lifting your Subaru.

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Re: Need more ground clearance on 92 legacy - help?

When I looked into lifting my wifes legacy to install real snow tires,the cheapest way to do it was find an OUTBACK and pull off its lift kit.I have been told that it not much more than a 3" body lift.I have not looked yet,so I cant say it 100% correct,but that came from a dealership mechanic.Good luck,RR

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Re: Need more ground clearance on 92 legacy - help?

Maybe instead of a lift, you could trim the fenders and put on some kind of fender flares?

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