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Old 01-03-2020, 05:05 PM   #1
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Has anyone tried using a KeyParts rear arch panel made for the 93-00 Impreza on a 07? Iím only talking about using the section that always rust out below the fuel door. Is this section the same on both models?
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Old 01-07-2020, 01:51 AM   #2
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The panel for the '93-'00 will not fit an '07. Sorry- they are very different. If you can make it fit you might as well just start with flat steel.
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Thanks SpeedyHam. I know the panel is not the same, I was more interested in the 6***8221; of the wheel arch below the fuel door. But no worries anymore, I ended up getting a02-07 panel from subiesaver, even though he charges $40 more.
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Have you checked out the website subiesavers.com? They advertise repair panels.
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There are OEM panels on ebay also.
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I did end up getting the 02-07 from s_biesavrs. Great job getting it to me quick but charged $45 for $15 shipping. Oh well, what you gonna do.
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How are the parts? I have been meaning to order from them also.do they seem like quality pieces?
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How are the parts? I have been meaning to order from them also.do they seem like quality pieces?
Yes it got to me straight and the arch was smooth. The body shop said they were very happy with it. They didnít use the whole thing, only the back half of the arch about 6Ē up maybe. Car looks good as new. Question now is how long will it last.
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