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Old 3rd June 2018, 04:09 PM
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not so much car suspension specialists as motorsport suspension specialists.
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not so much car suspension specialists as motorsport suspension specialists.

Sounds like the price of two lockers..
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.....or 5 Outbacks H6 for Scalman
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Old 4th June 2018, 09:49 AM
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1 would be enough for me .
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Old 5th June 2018, 12:48 AM
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No, I wouldn't be doing this myself. Rather, I would engage the services of a suspension specialist.
Talk to Ralf at TruTrack in Melbourne. Great suspension shop who did my custom rear struts (koni inserts, raised spring perches, reinforced strut body) and custom springs. Ask him about the suspension setup on the blue Forester that belongs to Greg.

http://www.trutrack.com.au/

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Instead of bolting them at the bottom, they will sit on a spacer to lift them. The inserts will be held in place by a collet with a screw top at the top. Here's the spacer:



here you can see the modified carrier: a collet at the bottom has been welded in place. You can also see where the spring perch as been moved:



Finally, you can see the carrier with the strut in it, and the collet that will be fitted to the top.



Won't be putting the King springs back in. Instead, I am getting custom springs made. The rear springs will be progressive, and allow a decent ride when unloaded, but the rear will take up about 20mm when loaded and the spring will be harder, if that makes sense.

Really looking forward to this...
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