98 legacy outback




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  • The Subaru Outback is an automotive nameplate used by the Japanese automaker Subaru for Subaru released a similarly-altered second generation Outback as part of the third generation Legacy lineup in —or in North America.

    Subaru launched the third generation Japanese for both the Legacy wagon and Legacy Outback.

    Subaru Legacy price range, seller's blue book values, buyer's price, listings near I have owned it over 19 years, Legacy L wagon, bought new 12/30/

    98 legacy outback

    98 legacy outback

    Phase one of the build is done, lift blocks and subframe spacers are on, random other bits figured out and it drives! Yes No Looking for a Used Legacy in your area? Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. More like it is shaped to blend in but with a few characteristic differences.

    98 legacy outback

    98 legacy outback

    98 legacy outback

    98 legacy outback

    98 legacy outback

    98 Legacy Outback Lift/Build - Off Road - Ultimate Subaru Message Board

    By Jormungarde , May 31, in Off Road. Started out looking like this, purchased from a family friend. It was not so sound mechanically, but it had no rust anywhere!

    First thing I did was replace blown speakers and a cassette deck head unit whats a cassette? After some repairs like the cv boot that no longer existed, along with a bunch of minor problems like rear window washer fluid pump, ac compressor, and other stuff I can't remember, it was running pretty well for a car on bald tires. Once I decided to lift it, I held off on replacing the bald tires and drove my other vehicle cheating, I know until I could figure out what, where, and how that lift would happen.

    98 legacy outback

    I have no tools, and limited mechanical knowledge, but a mechanic that has worked on all my cars to date was willing to lend a hand on the weekend.

    Ran into some issues, and out of time, leaving this interesting situation:. Was hard to drive without an upper radiator hose and the air box, so it had to sit until the project could continue Got creative this past weekend and fixed some of the issues, having an experienced mechanic to help made a huge difference, especially untangling the mess of tubes for the air box. The driveline was dangling at the center knuckle, and I had to figure out some reasonable hack job to keep it in the same place.

    98 legacy outback

    Luckily there isn't a whole lot of stress on this part of it and some old threaded plumbing tube along with spare washers and long partially threaded bolts did the trick. It was grinding slightly on the rear tunnel, so I added more washers until it stopped.

    Also removed the rear swaybar to aid installation of the struts, and left it off. Phase one of the build is done, lift blocks and subframe spacers are on, random other bits figured out and it drives! Like a boat, but that can be fixed. On the driveline bearing mount you can just spin the mount and bolt back up, may give enuf lift. I did try that, but I wasn't able to get the mount close enough to bolt with the original hardware, and the driveline was at a really sharp angle that way.

    I tried to keep it as straight as I could within reason , and this also prevented the driveline from grinding on the rear driveline tunnel. Now go find some wheel spacers and put some better tires under it. At least so it doesn't look so top heavy. Finished bolting in the 4 pt harness hope the coppers don't mind , washed the car which it desperately needed, and put on my decal.

    98 legacy outback

    There was a guy not long ago in the Portland area who was driving subarus a few blocks and removing batteries and any valuables left in the car, probably with a jiggle key. I also had a car stolen last year, and I'm still in the same area- want to make this thing as visible as possible so its easy to find. Also good luck fitting in the narrow seat, I'm a beanpole. Yeah, I dropped by Les Schwab on saturday to see what they could do- the only wheels they had with this bolt pattern were positive offset by at least 40mm, and I'd ideally like a wheel that has a negative offset or neutral so I don't have top space the wheel out half a foot.

    I'm planning to drop by SSI on monday and see what kind of solutions they can offer. Unless anyone here has some leads, in which case I wouldn't mind looking elsewhere! What is your solution to the spring perch?

    1998 Subaru Legacy Outback 5 Spd. Startup, Engine & Full Tour



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