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This is a discussion on New To Subaru And Learning How To Fix Cars (Especially Mine) within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; here I finished my car! All done. See you later. Lol Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk...

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    here I finished my car! All done. See you later. Lol

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    Haha, wut? That's a gr... lmao!

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    I'm honestly considering just taking it in to a shop to have it repaired since I don't have the time or resources atm and I really want to drive it lol

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    Buy the parts first, they'll rip you off. Or just pay your girlfriends mechanic friend plus one of his mechanic friends a lump sum and give him a deadline to do it for you. There are many options out there.

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    I have a friend at firestone who might do the wheel work on the side


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    Quote Originally Posted by Im_Aquaman View Post
    I have a friend at firestone who might do the wheel work on the side


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    The dealer has a special tool to do the bearings without taking the car apart - your friend will have to remove the hub and take it to a press. It is the one thing that the dealer might be competitive on. I don't know about the stud though.
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    Good to know thanks


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    Did the aqua man give up? 0.o

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    Lol I just don't have the time I would need right now. If I can get the main/dangerous things fixed, to the point I can drive it, then I can work on the "little" things like the exhaust and such

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    What's a good brand for body kits? There's a few out there. Or does anyone know a good way to find a stock one? I want to get rid of the wide body since 1 it's damaged and 2 I don't like it. Lol

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    Most body kits are expensive beyond beleif and look horrid in my opinion. Check your local craigslist, junkyard, shop ebay, NASIOC, etc. to find something stock that's close to you.

    But if you want a different look then bayson R has a pretty good selection. Or you could try some of those japanese part importer sites.

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    On the expensive side, would Subaru be able to get some?

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    As a last resort

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    Yeah, subarugenuineparts.com or other similar sites or your dealership. Probly cost you a premium ! lol

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    What's wrong with the one you have? That's pretty much just a stock sedan body.

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