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I want to clarify this once and for all. Some say using the wrx wagon crossmember wont require shimming of the a-arms with the 2 door gc chassis. Ive heard using the wrx sedan one will require using shims...

but what about the turbo legacy one??

i have mine ghetto-notched for now but i want to put the right one in as soon as i have the time and money for it.
 

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mxpunk said:
I want to clarify this once and for all. Some say using the wrx wagon crossmember wont require shimming of the a-arms with the 2 door gc chassis. Ive heard using the wrx sedan one will require using shims...

but what about the turbo legacy one??

i have mine ghetto-notched for now but i want to put the right one in as soon as i have the time and money for it.
The turbo legacy bolts right in with no moddification.
 

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So a turbo legacy crossmember using a wrx wagon front sway bar will be the hot ticket.

What about the legacy front sway bar?
 

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mxpunk said:
What about the legacy front sway bar?
That *should* work too. Almost positive.

Personally, I'm using the legacy X-member with the WRX wagon FSB.
 

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iskitlez said:
is it bad to use shims on the a-arm? will anything break?
no i just want everything to be close to stock as possible. plenty of people have been running around with rst's and boosted L's or whatever for years using the shims with no problems, i just dont want to do it:)
 
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