Thanks for the info. Damn right after I posted this, I figured I'd check IWSTi and found a little bit more info. I seen a few people mentioned those Whiteline ones, as well as some more expensive options as well. Thanks for the info and part numberI think it will take the same offset bushing as the GR Impreza Whiteline KCA326. If so Powerflex makes one that seems to be better engineered.
Informative reads, thanks again. Those things sound like a pain in the arse to install though. Hmm, maybe I'll hold off for now.
Yeah, the fronts are pretty much the same, the rear suspension design changed for the '09+ Forester. For yours, camber bolts can be used, mine is a different story.If I understand you correctly, these things some from the factory with front camber bolts but no rear camber bolts standard? If it matters the car in question is a 2002 Forester.
I actually come from the "wrong side" of the fitment track. Hahaha I'm used to buying wheels and making them fit the car.......I know, not the best logic.You dont really need them unless you lower your car anyways.
Yes and yes. I doubt any amount of alignment will help with tires that tall. They're almost an inch taller than stock.I I'm pretty sure the reason the rears rub is that the tires I'm running are a bit too tall (245/45/19) as well as the suspension being too soft.
It's sort of in the works. I thought......or should say was hoping that by going with a little taller tire, would help with ride comfort. Which it did. I didn't initially anticipate going lower and wanting a firmer ride. Knowing my track record, I should've figured on it from the get go. HahahaYes and yes. I doubt any amount of alignment will help with tires that tall. They're almost an inch taller than stock.
I suggest you start over with the proper diameter wheel and tire combo instead of throwing money at it.