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This is a discussion on ---<{{{The Official Wagon Thread}}}>--- within the Exterior & Appearance forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; well just found out that yakima says that the q towers have to be 25in apart. which means that you ...

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    well just found out that yakima says that the q towers have to be 25in apart. which means that you can not use most yackima boxes. I had a space case for years to find out I cant use it. yet you can use the case with the cross towers. yet you loose he weight ability of 65lbs. so I new have to buy an new $300+ box. I'm thinking of fabing something to allow me to use it any way with metal reinforced frame.
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    Came across this wagon page and figured I'd post pics of mine. It is bone-dry stock except for the tint (Florida should require it by law!)
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    Mmmmmm....

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    And the front...
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    Mmmmmm....

    Mustangs for lunch!!!

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    This Wagon thread is the s#*t! Everybody's rex on here is Hot! Even if it's bone-stock.
    Last edited by wagontrained; 07-25-2004 at 08:56 PM.

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    heres mine with the 17" piaa fs-rs in gunmetal, h-tech springs...much more coming.
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    mmm... silver w/black rims.... sweet car.
    A lot of power is good, more is better, and too much is perfect. I mean, if less is more, think how much more more is...

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    is it me or my wagon but the rear sit lower then the front but a noticable amount?
    2002 wagon 83k miles
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    Racenut3.0 - said
    "The worst thing about the AP is it did not come with any fairy dust. I wanna fly dammit!"

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    No, just the way they cut the fenders makes more gap in front than rear. The car is level.
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    my babies

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    Cool

    Bear Mountain = fun drive!
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    How about I toss my Forester XT in to mix things up a little bit.

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    does anybody know what rear lips this is?

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    Originally posted by topnotchwrx
    does anybody know what rear lips this is?

    http://img1.uploadimages.net/399907wrx.jpg
    I don't no but me likey likey!!!

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    By the way that Forester has a sweet look to it .

    Can you say "SLEEPER"

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    does anybody know what rear lips this is?
    I do believe it is the UK rear under spoiler with a price tag between $400 & $500 USD depending on where you buy it.
    Just FYI japanparts.com has it.
    Oh, and the XT is one heck of a sleeper. I am still waiting for all the bugs to be worked out with Cobbs AP so I can get a bit more power. I would love to have the same power numbers as the STI but I would have to do it with emissions in mind.

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