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axle boots not all the same


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#1 bheinen74

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Posted 19 July 2010 - 03:26 PM

I thought maybe the spare shoebox of new cv boots for 1991-1994 Legacy Sport Sedan and Touring wagons, would be the same on the front inner boots as a 1998 Forester.

I thought wrong.

Apparently the shafts are thicker in the Forester. Still might be able to make the boots stretch enough though, will report back.
anyone else have a parts chart?

new topic not discussed much eh?

#2 subaru360

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Posted 19 July 2010 - 08:00 PM

I've noticed that there are a few different thicknesses of the axle bars. A skinny one, a thicker one that necks down before the boot and a real thick one that I usually on see on the wrx.




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