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knowldgeable subie mechanic in north central Jersey

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#1 alexk02


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Posted 25 September 2007 - 11:58 AM

1.Can anyone recommend knowdgeable subie mechanic in East Brunswick/New Brunswick/Oldbridge area in NJ?

2. Need to replace tires on 15' rims. Would 195/65-15 size fit with existing struts on Legacy L wagon without any modifications?

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Posted 25 September 2007 - 03:42 PM

I know a shop near Trenton/Hamilton (if they're still there), but that may be too far south for you.
Also had good luck with Somerset Subaru dealership the few times I visited them.

With tires, 195/65/15 should fit, as 195/60/15 was standard on Impreza, and
suspension parts are the same. The difference is only in overall radius and it's
5% of 195 mm, that is less under 10 mm.

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