|11-21-2000, 07:30 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2000
I just got a message from Teagues that he can get the rear springs for my 93 Turbo Wagon.
The price is good, $249 for the set of four.
I won't be doing it immediately, but i will soon. I'm eager to hear what gtguy thinks about them, if he's got them yet.
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|11-21-2000, 08:53 AM||#2|
Join Date: Aug 2000
Location: Highland Park, Ill., USAVehicle:
2005 Legacy GT wagon
Platinum Silver Metallic
Don't have 'em yet, though Dale has ordered them. We'll see, but I'm excited. He says the Whitelines that he has on his Legacy test mule rock the house.
Meanwhile, we finally got snow up here, and my GT wagon is even more fun to drive with the AGXs and 19mm bar. Controllable drifts are but a throttle stab away compared with the stock setup, which understeered resolutely.
The Pirelli P7000s are pretty good, too. We'll see about deep stuff, but nobody's going fast in that, anyhow, including me.
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