how did you do that lift i have only 13 inch 175 70 tires and they hit on the rear tires can you get longer shocks or wheel spacers to get the tires awy from body?would appreciate any tips thanks .new member from halifax n.s.
Post by Cañon Carver on Mar 28, 2012 20:02:24 GMT -5
Yup, I was having this fantastic day today, new tires under full warranty, new Justy parts on the way, No more debt, and then you posted these GLORIOUS pics of your lifted Justy's, and I was blown away
All the other members asking for advice is pretty predictable, lol. I too have dreams of lifting my Rusty the proper way. From the pics it appears you are using blocks or some sort of adapters to lower the subframe and drivetrain components, correct? I have a local machine shop that has promised to make a large batch of these for the community if you would care to share specs/ideas
Post by Captain Nemo on Mar 28, 2012 22:36:31 GMT -5
Yes....... Lots of pictures, NONE of under the car.....
Although from the look of whats there, the entire sub assemblies have been blocked. So all the suspension is near enough the same. You'll notice the back diff and cross-members are lower, and also the engine is way lower too. The only thing to really worry about then is the steering.
coemgen: No low fuel light on my 1992 GL. I typically just watch my mileage.
Jan 27, 2015 17:19:35 GMT -5
Dominik: thanks coemgen
Feb 1, 2015 17:55:02 GMT -5
E A?: Js it possible Subaru justy 1990 4wd to instal engine of Suzuki swift gti and to be compatable with gear box withaut any corrections. ?????????
Feb 6, 2015 17:22:05 GMT -5
gearheadeh: No The swift based Justy is a Suzuki NOT a Subaru and will not bolt up
Feb 6, 2015 22:24:35 GMT -5
longbeachjusty: i seem to be having a hard time finding a spindle kit for the front for an awd. Anyone looked lately?
Feb 10, 2015 17:18:07 GMT -5
longbeachjusty: nevermind found one on ebay
Feb 10, 2015 17:20:55 GMT -5
justyturbo: you can find it at rockauto
Feb 11, 2015 11:18:57 GMT -5
Tom: Has anyone ever had a EVCT and put a manual box in instead?
Feb 17, 2015 15:38:27 GMT -5
Simpleman111: What's your fuel consumption you usually get with 1.2 carb justy? The lowest I get is about 7.5L/100km and I think that's maybe a bit too much. Or what do you think?
Feb 25, 2015 14:04:30 GMT -5
Dominik: Simpleman111 don,t forget it's still an old car.
Feb 26, 2015 20:45:41 GMT -5
Mato393: I have MPFI 4WD and I get some 8,5l/100km... Because I drive off road a lot and engine is not in best condition too...
Mar 1, 2015 15:03:05 GMT -5
88AWD: about 7L/100km with a carb
Mar 5, 2015 21:56:55 GMT -5
88AWD: also any good suspension websites for an 88?
Mar 5, 2015 21:57:20 GMT -5
Dominik: 88AWD you might want to create a post on the forum, it's not everyone that checks the shoutbox.
Mar 9, 2015 12:35:33 GMT -5
jaredv: ISO 93 justy transmission...i think http://subarujusty.proboards.com/thread/5870/subaru-justy-fwd
Mar 11, 2015 3:04:28 GMT -5
Mato393: I just find this as description of Justy name: Stemming from the English word "Just" and implying that the car was "Proper," "Perfect," "Ideal" and "Just right."
Mar 18, 2015 17:29:41 GMT -5
gearheadeh: Nice find Mato, can you post a link to the original thread of this info?
Mar 19, 2015 1:15:19 GMT -5
Mato393: I was some site about Subaru history, but there was not mutch about Justy...
Mar 23, 2015 15:24:46 GMT -5
gearheadeh: Still it would be great if you could --copy / paste the link here!
Mar 23, 2015 16:20:44 GMT -5
gearheadeh: Spammers are not welcome here
Mar 31, 2015 14:05:38 GMT -5