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Old 12-23-2019, 08:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I own a '08 Tribeca. I have a 2in lift kit front and rear, plus Motegi MR139's on 245/70/17 Hankook All Terrains.

I am looking for stiffer spring options for the rear or both rear and front. People have told me to try the new Ascent springs or struts, others have said to get Outback King Springs or Rallitek springs that are 1in taller than stock and it'll compensate for the weight difference. Has anyone ever swapped for stiffer springs? Same ride height and/or taller? It would come in handy whenever my Beca is loaded with camping and camera gear! S.O.S.

I'm new to Forums, so if you like to check out my build and have IG @expedition.tribeca
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Old 01-01-2020, 06:30 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Hello Sergio:
Sorry I don’t know about springs.
I was unable to see your build . Link is not there. I would like to see what you have done. I am working on camping modifications w mine
2006 tribeca- had a JDM swap at 215k,now at 225K
2002 legacy gt wagon at 152k
2000 outback wagon-198k-head gasket again-gone
Did full 60,000 service, ipod addition, rubber sway bar bushings, generic sepentine pulleys,Lexus 460x silicone wipers,thermoquietpads,tranny filter thru bumper cover. Thank you all
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