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    Fog light was waaay easier than i expected. If any bugeye owners out there ever ends up with a damaged or cracked foglight. No need to worry! In parts i paid $40.00. All i needed was the fog light lamp and a new fog light bulb. Install time was about 45 mins, probably less if you have the right tools. Screws are in akward spots, and there are 3 different screws you will have to mess with, one being an extremely small size screw on the inside of the fog lamp that is used to ground ur wire. You will needs one of the tiny tipped phillips head.

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    Well, it was about time to start looking for some new all season tires. Living in PDX, we get alot of rain so i didnt want to just go with a summer tire. I found an insanely great deal on a wheel and tire package.

    1. 4 TOYO Proxes all season performance tires.
    2. 4 Focal 421x Black Matte Rims.



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    Re: 2002 wrx bugeye build! First build.

    All season tires are the same thing as no season tires.

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    Well so far they grip really well when its wet. Never hydroplane but have noticed that they dont have the stiffest side walls but they still hold up very well. drove up to MT.Hood to go snowboarding not expecting snow on the ground and sure enough, it started snowing as we were driving up, but suprisingly they did very well and was able to back out of my spot where atleast 3-4 inches had accumulated, and rolled right out without slipping. I know the AWD system is doing most of the work but i could tell a big difference from my old set of summer tires to these tires , ecspecialy when we only get 3 months of summer a year and 9 months of rain lol. So i was just looking for something a little more diverse. Still planning on getting winter tires put on my OEM wheels next year since winter is almost through

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