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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; nah thats the only way they come, well, at least that i saw, is with the rails. what kinds of ...

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    nah thats the only way they come, well, at least that i saw, is with the rails. what kinds of tires should get? i dont have to worry about any snow, just some/a lot of rain year round.
    sure as hell ain't your grandma's wagon

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    quite a few hi po tires that do good both in the wet and dry- check the suspension for more detailed information- look at the Bridgestone RE050 PP- this is the tire that replaced the very good S02. Lots of other ones as well to consider
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    koo thanks, has anyone tried to or has removed the spoiler on the back yet?
    sure as hell ain't your grandma's wagon

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    Hello,

    My new wheels OZ Ultraleggera Gold finally in 7,5 x 17.





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    sweet
    sure as hell ain't your grandma's wagon

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    Those wheels just look killer on the wagon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by josnroh View Post
    Those wheels just look killer on the wagon.
    +1 i look forward to the day when my black wagon will be rollin on goldies but till then it's nice to see it
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    I must Agree!! Black on gold lokks RAW!!!

    In fact thats what I had originally planned for mine but standing at the dealer next to a black car in FLORIDA, let's just say my plans quickly changeed.... LOL....

    but I absolutely love it. Great job!!

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    2006-2007 jdm fog lamps

    hey guys, do you know where i can buy a jdm yellow fog lamps for my wrx 07 wagon? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdm_town View Post
    hey guys, do you know where i can buy a jdm yellow fog lamps for my wrx 07 wagon? Thanks.
    I dont think you will find "JDM" orange ones... I thiink you will find the "orange" fogs are a Europe optional extra...

    Any orange ones you have seen on a Japanese WRX are aftermarket, or painted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdm_town View Post
    hey guys, do you know where i can buy a jdm yellow fog lamps for my wrx 07 wagon? Thanks.
    i think you are looking for these
    https://www.subarugenuineparts.com/p...oducts_id=1262

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    Hello

    I would like to drop my 2004 SW. I'm in 7,5 x 17 ET48 and 215/45 tyres.

    What would you recommend to me? I want to avoid rubbing of course

    In France it's difficult to have some advices...They consider SW is not a real WRX

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    Quote Originally Posted by ODM View Post
    Hello

    I would like to drop my 2004 SW. I'm in 7,5 x 17 ET48 and 215/45 tyres.

    What would you recommend to me? I want to avoid rubbing of course

    In France it's difficult to have some advices...They consider SW is not a real WRX

    Thanks

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    Welcome aboard!

    These are a very nice spring- specifically designed for the wagon, mild drop (no worries on rubbing) a considerably firmer spring rate than stock, but still works well w/ the oe struts.

    https://www.subarugenuineparts.com/p...roducts_id=627

    SW = rear WRX
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    Thanks Big Sky

    And what kind of struts work well with these Sti springs?
    My oe struts are aout 30.000 miles...

    I agree with you: SW = real WRX

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    If your thinking about swapping out struts, I'd highly recommend the Koni inserts- they are both 04+ specific- no spacers needed in the rear AND they are wagon specific as they re-use your oe strut housings. But even more importantly they are arguably the best off the shelf damper made. They carry a lifetime warranty and are completely rebuildable. They also offer one of the widest ranges of damping adj- from full soft to full firm-out there. Motorsport proven as well (again and again ).

    Damn- maybe Koni should put me on the payroll?
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