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Unread 6th December 2017, 09:30 AM
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My country problem that we no have those aftermarket bolts here . must order from amazon or ebay and wait for couple weeks . plus pay lots for postage.
I thought maybe i could make them from original bolts or weld some and grind some on smaller bolts to make them kinda like aftermarket ones.

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That's way cheaper than paying for repairs after the wheel comes off, plus hospital bills!

Think about it, if the wheel/hub assembly comes off you will lose control & have no way to avoid oncoming traffic like a big truck or a bus full of school children. Are you really worried about a few dollars postage?
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Hello from bonnie Scotland,

Im wanting to make my own 2 inch front and 2.5 inch rear lift for my 2004 SG Forester.
I have gone over soooooo many forum post and this one seams to be the best. So,

1. Does anyone have any 1.1 drawings i could just print off.
2. The offset for a 2 inch lift is 7MM, what about for the rear 2.5 lift?
3. Also what did you guys do regarding the rear trailing arm spacers?

4. How much would a kit cost if i was to buy one?

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3. Also what did you guys do regarding the rear trailing arm spacers?
Trailing arm spacers need to have bracing to stop them rocking when you hit a pothole, speed bump, rut, etc.



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4. How much would a kit cost if i was to buy one?
A 2" lift kit with camber & caster offset and rear trailing arm spacers is 425 GBP with FREE shipping to the UK.
2.5" rear spacers are an extra $20 to correct any butt sag.

2.5" front 3" rear with 3" trailing arm spacers is also available for 495 GBP with FREE shipping.
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Hello NachaLuva,
Thank you for the info and quote, that looks really cool.
I think I'm going to make up my own set, it looks quite easy but you never know I might be ordering your kit if it all goes to ****.
Any info on the offset for the 2.5 rear spacers?
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Hope you understand if I can't give out any information. I've spent a lot of time, money & energy perfecting my kits & can't give away my secrets...
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Yeah no worries at all, I felt bad even asking but you never know.
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Yeah no worries at all, I felt bad even asking but you never know.
That's fine mate, no harm in asking. Sorry I can't help more.
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that 2'' offset 7mm is for foresters and outbacks same ? and that offset goes to inside car straight or it has some caster as well . i mean some kits says camber and caster offset. so what makes caster then ? i think as car looks lifted it would need just little caster moved to front.
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Hi guys, how are you?

Did anyone here have the draw/pattern for the SH Forester?

I live in Brazil and it's not possible to buy a kit from anyone overseas at this time, so I decided to make my kit by my one.

I can pay for the files.

Thanks!


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