legacy wagons and sedans, 95 - 99 are all the same, suspension wise.
(exception: the anti-sway bars , the brighton and L have smaller ones , the GT / outback have larger ones.)
to lift your 95 sedan,
buy and install 96 - 99 outback struts. that's it.
you can add lift blocks for the body likr the outback has,
but you do not have to.
once you have the outback struts,
you can run outback size tires .
this will give you another inch of height.
it will also make your speedo read too slow
(~8%, or 6 mph at 70 assuming your speedo is accurate now, which it is not.)
so be careful and slow down.
the springs are all the same 95 - 99,
but ''new'' springs will have less sag due to age and fatigue,
but i didn't even bother .
i just did struts only and love it.
98 forester springs are taller, and will fit,
but once compressed onto the outback strt the only benefit in height is due to more spring in a smaller space.
this gives a little less sag under the cars weight.
it also causes a ''harder'' ride, due to the ''harder'' spring.
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