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As long as they're the same transmission. Like both auto or both manual. That dictates the length of the driveshaft.

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Will a solid driveshaft out of a 98 forester work in my 2003 Impreza rs? Or Willa 02-07 wrx work?

 

Neither of those have "solid" driveshafts.

 

Both are hollow 2 piece designs. (carrier bearing in middle)

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Companies make one piece driveshafts - look up what years/models they fit and see if it includes the ones you’re asking about.

 

If you did mean a “1998 one piece forester” driveshaft I think Phase II transmissions have different length transmissions and driveshafts.

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Companies make one piece driveshafts - look up what years/models they fit and see if it includes the ones you’re asking about.

If you did mean a “1998 one piece forester” driveshaft I think Phase II transmissions have different length transmissions and driveshafts.

nope, as long as they're both auto or both manual, they're the same length.

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nope, as long as they're both auto or both manual, they're the same length.

copy thanks - other than auto/manual what other transmission length difference exists...i feel like there's another difference.  maybe it's just EA/EJ swaps?

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Different model year ranges have different lengths. And different models as well. Legacy is different length than impreza and forester.

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