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    Rough Road Set Up?. In Ca

    Are roads here in taho e suck bad and I need advice on set-up for BAD roads-I m new at WRX game so any tips will be rewarded CA style

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    Use Outback Sport struts all around to get some lift and fit 15" or smaller wheels with 65-series or taller all-seasons. Fit a skid plate under the sump and under the rear diff, fit the largest mud flaps you can find (DIY with sheets of flap material from a rally supplier), get a full size spare, and add a light bar to the nose. Go with the thinnest sway bars you can find.
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