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Mazda wheels with 4x140 (or 4x139.7)?
Posted 26 October 2006 - 09:03 PM
I have no idea why anyone would do this, apart from being cool, and good for mud racing. But hey, it's another wheel that fits a Subaru that I have never heard about.
Picture of a Mazda Bongo/E1800
We also got a EA82 MPFI fuel pump for my EJ conversion ($27 ) and some shockers for the rear of my brothers MY (extended more then 4" then standard but were 1" longer when compressed all the way, still that's 3" more travel. These were off a Holden Jackaroo. Found some Honda Accord springs for a mates 88wagon (they are off a 86 model, are these the right ones?) And of cause a spare 6 stud wheel I can use instead of keeping one of my 22kg M/T's in the back..
Other things I found out that I was interested in is the Alfa flat four is completely different to a Subaru EA82. I've seen a pic of the two motor sitting next to each other and the timing belt covers looked the same. So I thought maybe there was some similarities. But the engine to gearbox bolt points looked completely different and the heads would not be interchangable, they had 3 head bolts running along the bottom of the head.
Anyway. Had lots of fun as usual. And got pretty much everything I went for. Still looking for a FT4WD trans though...
Posted 26 October 2006 - 09:27 PM
Posted 26 October 2006 - 09:47 PM
Posted 26 October 2006 - 10:30 PM
I'll steal any part I can to put on a Subie... So far the Jackaroo shockers are the only good thing I have found that Holden make :-p
Holden jackaroos and mazda bongos.
Also the shockers are about 2" round, stock subie ones are about 1.25" round. I don't know if this is better.. But hey, it's bigger!
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