Helping Other Enthusiasts Get The Most Out Of Their Off-Road Build

Lifted Imports was born out of the desire to use our cars to see more of the world’s beauty. We’re just regular people that grew up snowboarding, hiking, fishing, and doing just about every other outdoor activity. We loved the all wheel drive aspect of our Subaru’s and the ability to safely get around on and off-road. But while everyone was lowering their cars and “stancing” them out, we decided to lift ours. Unfortunately, there wasn’t much info on how to properly do it at the time. We spent hours online researching what parts to use and how to install everything. So we decided to start Lifted Imports as a platform to help anyone trying to get the most out of their Subaru, Toyota, or any other typically “non-offroad” car.

2 subaru foresters on an overlanding trip in the forest

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Ben Boxer
Ben Boxer
Ben is an outdoor enthusiast that loves hiking and shooting photography throughout Oregon, Washington, and Alaska. His love of snowboarding naturally caused him to gravitate towards all wheel drive vehicles. As he began hiking in more remote areas, he decided to lift one of his Subarus to give him more off-road capability. Unfortunately, he had very little luck with finding good information about how to do it right. This gave him the idea to start Lifted Imports as a way to help other enthusiasts get their builds off the ground without spending hours combing through forum posts. When he's not tearing up his car in the forest, Ben enjoys lifting weights, volunteering his time at local non-profits, and turning wrenches in the garage.