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Is this the first properly lifted Tribeca in the world? Very pleased with the results. Specs as follows. 3 inch front and rear Strut tops. 2 inch rear Subframe drop all courtesy of Matt at Subi Lift Oz. The workmanship on this kit is exceptional and I appreciate the time Matt put in to developing it as it hadn't been done before. Rear strut tops are quite different. I have added my own 2 inch engine Xmember/Rear LCA mount drop as well as 40mm Gearbox Xmember spacers and 30mm Tailshaft centre bearing spacers. Wheels are 17 by 8 from a 2015 WRX. Tyres are 265/65/17 AT's which equate to just under 31 inch. In summer I will run my STI 18's with 265/60/18 road tyres which makes for a similar size.
 

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Talk about resurrection of an old thread.... :)

I've had my 'beca for 6 months now. I've added rails so I could put my basket on top, a read bumper cover and a hitch for my bike rack. I had a custom front bar built and I'll be installing that this weekend. It's so I can throw some Hella lights on the front. The next thing is a lift, hopefully later this year.

Your 'beca looks great and hopefully it's still on the road almost 2 years later.
 

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Nice! Was the bull bar/roo bar custom made, or does someone make them for Tribecas?
The Bullbar is an ECB one to suit a Suzuki Vitara and the shape lines up very well with the Tribeca bumper. I made my own mounts which are welded to the main bumper support so will still activate airbags in the event of an impact. I picked it up second hand from a wrecker for $350au so a bargain.
 
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