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Old 04-29-2006, 04:10 PM   #1
Dobes
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Join Date: Aug 1999
Location: Philly suburbs
Vehicle:
1997 Legacy GT-T

Default EJ25 longblock, transmission, and WRX rear diff

Legacy parts are from a one owner, old lady driven 5-speed car. I pulled them for a swap and no longer need these things.

1. Stock EJ25 motor from my 1997 Legacy GT. The car had a blown headgasket so it'll need to be replaced along with the valve cover gaskets. Currently the motor is stripped down and comes with what you see (flywheel, heads, etc). There was 150k miles on this motor. $300. Only available for pickup.






2. Stock 1997 Legacy GT manual transmission. I'm pretty sure this is the same as in the early RS's but I can't confirm that, you'll have to double check. There's 150k miles on this and it worked great when pulled. $150. Only available for pickup.




3. 2002 WRX rear diff - needs work. The diff made a hell of a whine so I replaced it with a low mileage unit. Unknown origin, unknown miles. There seems to be a bit of play in the pinion bearings but the gears look ok. You'll have to fiddle with it to make it work. Also, one of the retaining plate bolts is broken off in the housing, it needs to be drilled out. FREE for the taking. Only available for pickup.

Diff is the one in the rear of this picture:



Please IM for more info or go here for more pictures: http://www.pbase.com/jeffdoble/subar...stuff&page=all




Thanks,

JD
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