pedders suspension

Pedders Suspension

For Forester

Subaru Forester Pedders 'EziFit' Struts & Springs

Pedders is Australia’s Number 1 under-car specialist, For nearly 70 years, Pedders have been designing, manufacturing, fitting and servicing its high quality products throughout the dealer network within the UK.

Genuine replacement parts can seem expensive especially if your vehicle is out of warranty, so it’s easy to be tempted by cheaper non-genuine parts. The solution? Subaru Approved Parts. They are manufacturer approved, high quality parts offering an economical alternative to genuine parts.

We offer a replacement spring and damper kit for the rear of your Forester that is a direct bolt in replacement. NO modifications to the vehicle are required and NO extra parts are required.

Will my vehicle really be returned to its original Ride height? Yes, definitely! There are numerous examples of Subaru Foresters having had the Self-Levellers replaced with conventional dampers which then sit too low. This is because the original spring is too weak to support the full weight of the car as it is normally assisted in this task by the self levelling damper.

Pedders Suspension overcome this by supplying a matched set of dampers and springs specifically for this purpose. You can buy with full confidence that the vehicle will be the correct height.

Ensure your Subaru Forester is safe and fit for purpose with a suspension check. Book your vehicle in with your local Subaru dealer.

Visit our service booking page to book your vehicle in for a suspension check.

What you get.

Pedders suspension kits are available for the following Subaru Forester models.

1997-2001 SF models

Rear kit includes:

2 fully assembled 'EziFit' struts and springs

2002-2008 SG models

Rear kit includes:

2 fully assembled 'EziFit' struts and springs

2008-onwards SH models

Rear kit includes:

2 fully assembled 'EziFit' struts and springs

Which version of Forester do you have?

If you are unsure which version of Subaru Forester you own, the best way is to check the VIN number.

This number is located in the bottom right hand corner of the windscreen if you are facing the front of the vehicle. Once you know this you can select the correct suspension for your vehicle.