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This is a discussion on Wagon to Sedan Suspension Conversion (Sedan trac on a wagon.) within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the Tutorials & DIY category; Originally Posted by 92xScott Sorry to brake open an old thread. But the conversion has me curious. When he says ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 92xScott View Post
    Sorry to brake open an old thread. But the conversion has me curious. When he says subframe what part is he talking about on the front?
    It is the big backwards facing U shaped member that is bolted to the bottom of the front of the car. It just bolts off (e.g. to do an ALK etc.).

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    So this is a must when doing the swap then? wonder how much i can find it for? Not many salvage yards if any at all have Impreza's let alone WRX's where would I look for that part? Or does removing it just make it easier to install the control arms? Im thinking of doing this on the 92x.
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    You just remove it for the install - it isn't much harder than taking off the wheels.
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    Very cool. really am thinking about this conversion. Especially scince the wagon specific parts are few and far between. Like struts, and sway bars.

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