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Lift support is an often overlooked vehicle part until it stops working. What it does is hold the hood, hatch, or trunk of the car for you to conduct repairs and inspections, or to simply load cargo. SubaruOnlineParts carries OEM car lift parts that are affordable and made with the highest industry standards. Browse our site to find the appropriate fit for your car’s year, make, and model.


Hatch Lift Support
Part Number: 60107GA460
Options: Left
Other Names: Stay Back Door Left-hand More Names
Description: Touring Package. More Info
Fits:
  • Subaru:
    • Loyale
MSRP $83.72
$59.27
MSRP $83.72
$59.27
Hatch Lift Support
Part Number: 63269FG031
Options: Left
Other Names: Support Cylinder, Lift Cylinder, Stay Ay Rear Gate Left-hand More Names
Replaces: 63269FG030
Description: Fits Impreza, STI, WRX Left. Impreza. w/ turbo. More Info
Notes: Includes stud bolt. More Notes
Fits:
  • Subaru:
    • Impreza
MSRP $117.42
$83.13
MSRP $117.42
$83.13
Hatch Lift Support
Part Number: 60315FC221
Options: Right
Other Names: Lift Cylinder, Support Cylinder, Stay Assembly R G Right-hand More Names
Replaces: 60315FC220
Description: Forester. Right. More Info
Fits:
  • Subaru:
    • Forester
MSRP $87.92
$62.25
MSRP $87.92
$62.25
Hatch Lift Support
Part Number: 63269AG011
Options: Left
Other Names: Lift Cylinder, Support Cylinder, Stay Ay R Gate Left-hand More Names
Replaces: 63269AG010
Description: Left. Outback. More Info
Fits:
  • Subaru:
    • Legacy,
    • Outback
MSRP $104.97
$74.32
MSRP $104.97
$74.32
Hatch Lift Support
Part Number: 63269AG001
Options: Right
Other Names: Lift Cylinder, Support Cylinder, Stay Ay R Gate Right-hand More Names
Replaces: 63269AG000
Description: Right. Outback. More Info
Fits:
  • Subaru:
    • Legacy,
    • Outback
MSRP $104.97
$74.32
MSRP $104.97
$74.32
Hatch Lift Support
Part Number: 63269FG021
Options: Right
Other Names: Support Cylinder, Lift Cylinder, Stay Ay Rear Gate Right-hand More Names
Replaces: 63269FG020
Description: Fits Impreza, STI, WRX Right. Impreza. w/ turbo. More Info
Notes: Includes stud bolt. More Notes
Fits:
  • Subaru:
    • Impreza
MSRP $139.78
$98.97
MSRP $139.78
$98.97
Hatch Lift Support
Part Number: 60315FC231
Options: Left
Other Names: Lift Cylinder, Support Cylinder, Stay Assembly R G Left-hand More Names
Replaces: 60315FC230
Description: Forester. Left. More Info
Fits:
  • Subaru:
    • Forester
MSRP $87.92
$62.25
MSRP $87.92
$62.25
Hatch Lift Support
Part Number: 63269AN000
Options: Right
Other Names: Support Cylinder, Stay Assembly R G Right-hand More Names
Description: Outback, without power. More Info
Fits:
  • Subaru:
    • Outback
MSRP $124.73
$88.31
MSRP $124.73
$88.31
Hatch Lift Support
Part Number: 63269AN010
Options: Left
Other Names: Support Cylinder, Stay Assembly R G Left-hand More Names
Description: Outback, without power. More Info
Fits:
  • Subaru:
    • Outback
MSRP $124.73
$88.31
MSRP $124.73
$88.31
Deck Lid Lift Support
Part Number: 57522CA030
Other Names: Support Cylinder, Lift Cylinder, Stay Assembly Trunk Lid More Names
Description: With spoiler, without ts. BRZ. High (limited model). Base (premium model). More Info
Fits:
  • Subaru:
    • BRZ
MSRP $109.62
$77.61
MSRP $109.62
$77.61

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Avoid Inconveniences and Accidents with Genuine Lift Supports

Lift supports are an essential component of your daily commute, especially if you frequently carry heavy load and equipment. This part uses a compression system that stores energy within a cylinder. When it’s closed, the energy is stored. When it’s open, the energy gets released to carry the weight of your car’s trunk or hood. Like most parts, however, hood or trunk lift supports will wear down over time as the pressurized energy escapes from the seal. Typically, they last around five to seven years. Once they reach the end of their life cycle, replace them immediately to avoid inconveniences or accidents.

There will also be times when you need to replace these parts early, especially if the hood and trunk are used frequently. Another factor is when the lift support is regularly exposed to extreme temperatures. Replacing this part usually costs around $50 to $200. The price depends on the quality and value you’re getting from the shop you’re buying from. It’s advisable to purchase OEM car lift parts to ensure the quality of the product and avoid mishaps. Lastly, make sure you’re buying compatible lift support for your car as this part is vehicle specific.

Buy OEM Trunk, Hood, & Tailgate Lift Supports Online

If you need an authentic lift support replacement, look no further than SubaruOnlineParts. We only carry OEM products that are designed to withstand wear and heavy usage. We also sell them for lower than the manufacturer’s suggested retail price. To grab these amazing deals, visit our site and browse the appropriate car lift part that you need. If you have more questions about the product, don’t hesitate to reach out and our in-house experts will clear any confusion on your end.

Frequently Asked Questions Subaru Lift Support

1. What are hood lift supports?

Hood lift supports are pressurized cylinders that help car hoods, hatches, trunk, and rear window glass stay raised. These lift supports prevent these components from suddenly closing, which is especially useful when you’re hauling cargo or doing repairs.

2. How does the front hood lift support work?

The lift support extends whenever you lift the lid of your hood or trunk. The cylinders contain oil and nitrogen gas, creating a stable and compressible material. Its rods connect to a piston that increases or decreases the internal pressure on the gas, depending on how you open or close the hood or trunk.

3. How long does a trunk lid lift support last?

These components can last up to 50,000 miles or so before needing to be replaced. Like any other car part, trunk lift supports deteriorate over time due to natural wear and tear. Signs of a faulty lift support include gas leaks that result in pressure loss.

4. Can you repair a failed truck lift support?

It’s best to replace defective lift supports with new ones rather than trying to repair them. You should also change them in pairs rather than individually to ensure the proper balance of wear and tear. After measuring your struts, prop open your hood or trunk with the defective lift support, remove the failed braces, and unbold the fasteners. Once done, you can install the new lift supports.

5. How do you measure lift supports?

When replacing your front hood lift support, first measure your old hood lift supports from the middle of each ball socket or eyelet. Afterward, measure the rod length from the center of the end connection point to where it meets the tube. Once done, you can calculate the compressed size by subtracting the rod length from the extended length.