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#1 subie94


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Posted 17 July 2005 - 03:29 AM

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i know it's not a subie but has anyone thought of doing the same with a subaru?i'd give it a try but don't have a welder :(

#2 slipspeedy


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Posted 17 July 2005 - 07:58 AM

yeah baby! i was thinking about an internal cagr but when i sat in the car (88 hatch) i realized i didn't want my knees in the dash all the time so i started an exo-cage i made a rear bumper that is 2" wider than the body, and in the front i plan on using the lift kit to tie in pieces that will come up just in front of the door and follow the window frame up and all this will tie into my roof rack:brow:

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