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Howdy. Picked up this snazzy GL about a month ago. Wondering if anyone can identify it's bumper. Where it's from. Who made it. I've seen two other Subies here on USMB with it. My curiosity has been sparked. If you or a loved one has any information, please... do tell. -BoxerRebellion out.
i cant decide if i want to weld the rear diff on my 78 subaru brat. it has a 4 inch lift, and i run 27-29 inch tires on it. i primarily use it off-road, but it does see occasional highway driving and around town. if i weld the rear diff, i know it will help a lot off-road, but im afraid that when i drive in on pavement i will break axles or the diff itself. i know some people weld the diff, then remove an axle for street driving... but that sounds like a pain to do all the time. what are your experiences with welded diffs? should i do it?
Loyale 2.7 Turbo posted a topic in Interior / Body ElectricalThis writeup is for the Third Gen Subaru Leone, a.k.a: "Loyale" or "EA82" etc, but the ideas given here might work, with some changes, to other vehicles as well. ________________________________________________________________________________________________ Have you ever felt the Seat on your Subie like a Rocking Chair? The Subaru EA82 GL has a Complicated Air Conditioner Distribution Design, which includes a couple of Ducts under the Front Seats, one ends there to deliver Air to the Rear Passenger's Feet, and the other Duct delivers Air to the Rear Doors' Windows; this last Duct, passes through one of the Front seat supports, weakening its structure somehow. The Weakest Front Seat Support, is the one located at the Rear of them, next to the point where the Seat Belt Anchors; there is the A/C Duct passing in the middle of said Support. I've seen some local Subies with those Supports Broken, especially the Driver's side one, and the owners didn't knew the reason why their Driver's side seat was loose and / or way too much reclined to the Back... (when said support is not only Broken, but also Deformed for using it like that) ...I Bet that many Subie owners could have same issue on their cars, without even knowing, nor completely noticing it. So, that support on the Driver's Side in my Subaru "BumbleBeast" has broken for the Second Time... I Know: I am a Big Guy, 6' tall and over 110 Kg driving an Old Subie Wagon with Hardened "Reinforced" suspension, so the autogenous welding I did a couple of years ago to simply put that broken support together, will never last too much... so this was the Perfect Time to Reinforce that Seat Support and permanently getting Rid from that problem.
Hello, Im a certified welder that is attempting to start a business. Right now I have just been working off of craigslist but figured I would shamelessly plug here as well. Right now I just charge $25 an hour, and a flat $25 fee to drive to you if needed (within a reasonable distance). I can also work on a per job basis if it makes more sense that way. I have also helped teach some people how to weld (I worked at the local community college welding shop for a while after graduation) Currently just steel, but going to be getting a spool gun soon to do aluminum. Let me know what projects you may have, ill even show up to your house with all my equipment in a Subaru. David