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    New owner of STI need helps with p/n and more

    Finally, I got my self a MY03 STI ProDrive (2L as I'm from Europe).
    The car is almost STD, besides a TEIN BASIC dampers, PRODRIVE Kit and stronger shifter bushings.
    I have 2 questions:
    1. my front right mud guard (fender liner) is a bit torn. I've looking in several online catalogs for this p/n and have found several numbers which looks the same:
    59110-FE060, 59110-FE062, 59110-FE022
    Do you have any idea which one do I need?

    2. I have the original STI floor mats (the blue one). They are a bit dirty and I was thinking washing them in a wash machine and than drying on the sun. Will it ruin them?

    Thanks allot!
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    Evgeny

    Subaru Impreza WRX STi ProDrive 2.0 MT6 2003
    Mazda 6 2.0 AT 2008

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    Quote Originally Posted by knfevg View Post
    Finally, I got my self a MY03 STI ProDrive (2L as I'm from Europe).
    The car is almost STD, besides a TEIN BASIC dampers, PRODRIVE Kit and stronger shifter bushings.
    I have 2 questions:
    1. my front right mud guard (fender liner) is a bit torn. I've looking in several online catalogs for this p/n and have found several numbers which looks the same:
    59110-FE060, 59110-FE062, 59110-FE022
    Do you have any idea which one do I need?

    2. I have the original STI floor mats (the blue one). They are a bit dirty and I was thinking washing them in a wash machine and than drying on the sun. Will it ruin them?

    Thanks allot!
    dunno about the PN. IIRC, the PN should be molded in the one that's on the car now, somewhere.

    As for the floor mats, I'd not wash them in a machine. Use a good carpet cleaner and vacuum the heck out of them. My gray ones were funked, and they came out close to new-looking, by spray-on carpet shampoo, a brush, a towel, and shop-vac.
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    Busted subaru fender lining... What a surprise

    I swear I should ask for 10 packs of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 805 STi View Post
    Busted subaru fender lining... What a surprise

    I swear I should ask for 10 packs of them.
    Why does it happen often?
    Thanks,
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    Because I drive bats*%t insane off roading. When I bottom out on my front end, the rally armor on the bottom is connected to the fender liners and usually gets smashed along with the wheel smashing into the wheel well. Not something I am happy or proud of, but when you are hauling ass +60 Mph on some windy dirt road with an STI, you don't care that it costs near $80 to replace both fender liners. Could also be the Azenis that I have on ( slightly too big ). I'm hoping to see less of the problem when I jump back to Dunlops.

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