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Subaru GL wagon fwd to 4wd

GL wagon GL 4wd swap wagon

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#1 Baja rally 05

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Posted 12 May 2014 - 09:06 AM

I'm wondering on wether or not I should buy a 1992 Subaru GL wagon. The car is $800 and in pretty good shape for the age. I'm wondering how hard and exspensive will it be to convert it from fwd to 4wd/AWD and if it's worth doing or not
http://tampa.craigsl...4464956741.html

#2 wagonist

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Posted 13 May 2014 - 01:41 AM

I see the ad is closed, so not sure if you bought it or not.

The only difference between the FWD shell & the 4wd shell is the centre bearing brackets are missing from the tranny tunnel in the FWD models. Cut them out of a wreck & weld them in.

 

Everything else is bolt in changeable.







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