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    Yeah...that's what I meant....you just said it better!

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    Drakos- very good comparo pic!

    The slightly narrower track of the wagon does make fitment of larger tires more a challenge.

    My part selling spree has given me enough $ to get some suspension componenets ordered

    Mike

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    teaser shot
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    You Suck!

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    Originally posted by Big Sky WRX
    teaser shot
    /\/\ Heh...that took a while.
    4 tires...a motor...a couple doors I think...I'd have to check.

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    Originally posted by Quack
    You Suck!

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    Originally posted by driggity
    What kind of a person drives a wagon?
    --'04 Mazda RX-8 (Sold the wagon)
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    Originally posted by Big Sky WRX
    teaser shot
    So whats it take to get those to fit on a wagon?
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    Originally posted by afpdl
    So whats it take to get those to fit on a wagon?
    They'll bolt right up- they're GC arms

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    Originally posted by Big Sky WRX
    they're GC arms
    Ahh I forgot about those. Been awhile since I had to find wagon parts.
    Alex

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    Next step- GGB rev A struts/springs/Grp N tops. I purchased all the extra bits- spring seats/seals, etc- so I could pull my oem strut/spring assemblies whole- the "spt" kit doesn't come w/ that stuff- they expect you to reuse your oem stuff.
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    Struts/springs assembled- another teaser shot of the arms (still waiting on bits/pieces for it)
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    No Noltecs for the front? It will be interesting to see what your front ride height is compared to mine. Those control arms are pretty but I just can't justify paying that price. You should throw an ALK on there too and just say screw it to SCCA auto-x classing.
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    Nice! you got all new dust boots and the whole shabang. Have you seen those "Moog" ball joints that Teagues carries in their suspension section? I wonder if its something that is an improvement on stock...

    I almost was going to go back to the Sti reds myself. But I think I am going to get rid of my Tein HG's and go for the new "tuned by Arai" pinks with the 5.8kg front and 4.9kg rear. A bit more costly but seeming to be just what I am looking for not too stiff but not to soft either.

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    No Noltecs yet. The arms are expensive (got a pretty good deal- one of those that is tough to pass up ).

    The Arai setup looks very nice- I was looking at that as well as the v7 pink adj setup.

    I usually go a year and then say screw to autox class

    Big Sky

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