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Old 06-29-2017, 04:58 AM   #1
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Default Newbie thinking about lifting his Subi

I am dabbling with the idea of lifting my 2015 XV Crosstrek an inch or two and switching to an after market set of wheels with all-terrain tire options. I have no idea what parts exactly or what kit to look for so I can't even put a price estimate together. Just a newbie looking for some pointers. Thanks in advanced.

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Old 06-29-2017, 06:04 AM   #2
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Welcome to the club!

Multiple companies make lift kits, including but not limited to:
  • Primitive Racing
  • Subtle Solutions
  • Mann Engineering
  • Anderson Design and Fabrication (ADF)
  • Gorilla Offroad

Almost all lift options include strut lift blocks. Some like Primitive Racing and Mann Engineering offer spring suspension lift options.


All-terrain tire options depend on whether you wish to keep the stock 17 inch wheels or downsize to 16 or 15 inch diameter wheels.
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I am also thinking about doing a two inch and keeping my stock wheels. Any ideas on what tire sizes I could use?

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215/60R17 was the size I used for the Yokohama Geolandar A/T-S (G012).
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Just wrote a reply that may be of interest to you. I did a 2"inch lift with an Anderson lift kit and went with the 16" Sparco Assetto wheels also with the 48 mm offset same as stock. with the Yoko 235/60 GO15s.

http://www.clubcrosstrek.com/forums/...html#post56385
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