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Hello! 88 GL wagon build.


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#1 Trevor

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 08:16 PM

Just picked up a 91 Legacy and an 88 GL with the Dual Range 5 speed. I plan on doing the EJ swap into the 88 and figured that I should be a member here. I usually spend my time on a local VW forum and decided that I should branch out. I have only owned 2 Subarus prior to this endeavor, a 92 Legacy L wagon and a 91 Loyal with the push button 4, but I am a firm believer in the power of the H4. Hopefully you guys are as cool as my VW crew and can help me along the path I have chosen.

Can anyone tell me where the cheapest place is to get an adapter plate and drilled flywheel?

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#2 lkindred

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Posted 15 March 2010 - 04:40 PM

Talk to board members - Scott in Bellingham (sjrlift.com is his web site or PM him here) for adapter plate and I believe Jerry bratsrus1 (PM him) does the 5 speed adapter.

You can find info in the vendor section of the web site here.

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