yup that was me. They have been great! Only springs and Eibach does a step to prevent sagging when I toured their factory.I had the Primitive lift springs installed several months back. I also considered the Eibach's. But they were still in development. There was a member here that was trialing them for the company I believe @Soca was that you? Did they end up coming with any subframe or strut spacers? How do they feel?
From my understanding of the spring lifts, they should not 'settle' or lower after some time, but I could be wrong.
I think that will be you!! Haha. I absolutely would have done that if the Eibach springs were out when I wanted to install my lift. I did talk with the team at Eibach and they vehemently defend their non use of sub frame spacers. They have no technical reasons or rationale. Other than engineering I g and test results don’t indicate it is needed. Everyone else I talked to in the lift/mod world that had experience with Subaru’s said it was a problem waiting to happen especially with the struts.I'm wondering if the Eibach springs can be installed in combination with the Primitive Rear Subframe Spacer Kit. They sell this either together with the King springs lift kit or separately.
Primitive Rear Subframe Spacer Kit 2019+ Ascent - Primitive Racing
If this works nicely with the Eibach, we may have the best of both worlds - for a decent combined price too. One of you with the Eibach springs want to try this out and let us know?
Yeah, Shipping is ridiculous. Customs is almost worse. I have a post office box across the border to avoid the s/h fees. Can't avoid the customs fees though.Eibach springs coming from Tirerack; Rear subframe spacers + rear shock extensions coming from Primitive.
May have to wait until the spring for the garage to warm up before I can do the installation though.
This combo will end up costing me just as much (more if I have to pay customs fee when they arrive) as the LP Aventure lift kit because they're coming to Canada from US (shipping cost is crazy). And the instructions are almost useless compared to LP's awesome instructions though I think I'll have no problem figuring it out.