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Just for a quick part number reference here.

We don't have the SLS rear struts in the US do we?
 

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Just for a quick part number reference here.

We don't have the SLS rear struts in the US do we?
No you don't but there is a LL. Bean version that does have the sls struts.
 

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Thanks guys. Elmy - I see in your signature that you are sporting King Springs. That was the root of my question. They list the 2010 XT with SLS and others without. Maybe we are the only ones here in North America that do not?

Like the Kings? I just bought some swifts that lower about 0.75inch but contemplated the Kings at not drop. I kind of wonder the ride and stiffness between the two.
 

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Thanks guys. Elmy - I see in your signature that you are sporting King Springs. That was the root of my question. They list the 2010 XT with SLS and others without. Maybe we are the only ones here in North America that do not?

Like the Kings? I just bought some swifts that lower about 0.75inch but contemplated the Kings at not drop. I kind of wonder the ride and stiffness between the two.
I don't know about the swifts. But I like the kings. A bit bumpy now and then. Depends on the road your driving. But that comes from being a stiffer ride then standard forester suspension.
You can keep the swifts and buy some 1" lift kits to keep the ride height
 
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