Ok, so this is a lot so please bear with me. I've been going through my 2006 Forester X and replacing old parts and upgrading some others. So i had a bad wheel bearing, so i ordered an LKQ steering knuckle and the thing is completely rusty. It literally was dragging my car down, i would lose...
I'm debating between 29" or 28.5" tires for the next go around on tire purchases and was hoping to get some insights from those of you currently running these sizes. I've got the 1.5" adf lift with subframe spacers and plan to put 16" wheels with +30 offset when I get new tires. Looking for info...
Here’s a video I made on my YouTube channel about running 235/65/17’s on stock suspension. The set up in the video is
Toyo Open Country AT3’s 235/65/17
LP Adventures LP1 17x8 20ET
this video addresses clearance, rubbing, ride quality and mpg as well as my overall thoughts. Hope it helps anyone...
2012 Subaru Forester
135K with complete new engine at 100K
ADF lift kit 2" front and 2 3/8" rear
Cooper 215 70R16 AT3 4S SL
New CV axles
Control arm assemblies
KYB Excel-G shocks on the front w/existing springs
RalliTEK 0.25" Rear Sport Springs & KYB Excel-G Struts Assembled