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    Great write up and awesome garage setup!

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    did you use any kind of special tools or hammers to get the front axles back in? i'm like an inch from them being all the way in and they wont go any more.

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    Replaced the Clutch in my 06 WRX: A reflection more than a DIY

    Quote Originally Posted by give_em_dirt View Post
    did you use any kind of special tools or hammers to get the front axles back in? i'm like an inch from them being all the way in and they wont go any more.
    No special tools. It took two of us, one pushing the axle in, and one pulling the lower a arm down so the ball joint didn't slip in until the axle was fully seated.
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    Awesome post man! I made an account on here just to post this. Haha. I just hit 86k on my 07 TR and am having to swap the clutch out this weekend. Super helpful.

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