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Old 02-15-2010, 11:56 PM   #1
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Hey, I searched and couldn't find the information I needed quickly so hopefully I can get my answer faster by starting a thread. I have the chance to buy a 93 FWD impreza L - will I have any problem bolting up the suspension from an 04 STi to this thing? Crossmember..entire rear end..etc Thanks and sorry I was impatient with my search im sure ill get called out for it being in a sticky or something...
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Old 02-16-2010, 12:15 AM   #2
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It will all bolt in. All the holes are there in the body for the crossmembers. Some have rubber plugs in them you have to pull out. You might need new tophats in the rear or drill out the holes.
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It will all bolt in. All the holes are there in the body for the crossmembers. Some have rubber plugs in them you have to pull out. You might need new tophats in the rear or drill out the holes.
Awesome, thanks for the help man. I have coilovers for the GC that should bolt upto the 04 hubs without issue. I have rust on my 2000 in many spots and i now have the chance to pick up a rust free 93...rare, and lighter than my 2000 2.5rs. I think im going to have to pick this up and start searching for an 04+ sti dash. Thanks again for the help!
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