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> Outlander H&r Springs, Improve driveability
post Dec 1 2012, 04:34 PM
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Now a few months since installing the H&R spring set on my '07 Outlander. I cannot say enough about how much improvement they have made to every facet of driving. Even around town they are smother. That annoying tip in as you change lanes or go into a corner is GONE. These should be the original equipment and probably are on the US GT model - that does not make its way up here. No matter what the dealer tells you the the 2011/12 are the same spring rates as the 07 in Canada. Why I do not know. Worth every penny to order and install the H&R's even with the stock sway bars.
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post Dec 3 2012, 11:35 AM
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US Outlander GT = Canada Outlander XLS S-AWC
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post Dec 4 2012, 08:46 AM
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Drives: 2007 OUTLANDER ES with the v6 and the 6 speed(no flappy paddles),2001 kia rio,1979 chevy k20 stepside

did you just do the springs? or did you replace the struts and plates as well?

my 07 is getting up in miles and im starting to do some replacement stuff on it..

ive already upgrade to hawk brakes..and some nice tires..but i havent thought about the suspension yet
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