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  1. Who would like a Bilstein setup?

    Suspension & Wheels
    Check out this post on iwsti about about a possible Bilstein strut / spring combo. Thoughts?
  2. New Commercial in Canada

    Hi Western Subaru Club Members - We thought you might be interested in our latest TV spot, titled Confidence In Motion: Confidence In Motion -- Subaru Canada (60s) - YouTube Please let us know what you think!
  3. HELP! Front Strut Install 2005 WRX

    Suspension & Wheels
    I am wondering if anyone knows any tricks getting a OEM strut and spring back in the front. No matter what I do I can't get enough room to bolt the strut back to wheel hub bracket.
  4. What Years Struts & Springs Fit '05 WRX Wagon?

    Suspension & Wheels
    I need to install struts and springs while my coilovers are rebuilt. I need the fronts as I sold them and only have the OEM rears, one of which is blown. When people talk about top hats, I'm assuming those are the metal round pieces just above the springs? I've heard I can use any 02-07 WRX...
  5. HELP PLEASE! i bought Tein s-tech springs

    Suspension & Wheels
    I bought S-techs for my 08 wrx hatch w/o knowing that they will eventually blow my struts. I had them installed and the mechanic confirmed that he cut the cups according to the installation instructions. I plan on eventually getting a coil-over setup with the edfc controller, but i am a college...
  6. V7 STi Wagon strut replacement / repair

    Suspension & Wheels
    Hi Guys, First time posting in a forum hoping someone can help me out I have a V7 STi Wagon (GGBA) Some how I managed to break something internal in the front left strut (part number: 20310FE030) Now seeing as the wagon seems to be fairly rare I'm having trouble finding a replacement. so my...
  7. WTB: Front & Rear Strut Tower Brace '04 WRX/MN

    Personal For Sale & Wanted
    Looking for a good deal on front & rear strut tower braces for a 2004 WRX wagon... I think anything 02+ will fit. Anyone have one (or both!) lying around? Ideally the rear would be Whiteline's quick-release model.