how can i get more ground clearance on a 1990 legacy


Asked by May 09, 2007 at 10:26 PM about the 1990 Subaru Legacy

Question type: Car Customization

i am in the mountains quite often and i want to raise my 1990 legacy for more clearance.

5 Answers


you can get lift kits or install air suspension. Either one will provide you with a little high ground clearance.

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lol not sure why you would want to. they have plenty of clearance. i agree with the first post. lift kit or airbags


airbags are a bad idea imo... just swap a set of used forester struts onto it and you'll get 4-5" of lift for a lot cheaper then a lift kit and more durable than airbags


He could use a set of outback struts and springs, and also using the right stuff with the right setup you wouldn't believe how long and dependable air ride can be.

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upping your tire size if u can fit them will gain u some clearace

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