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Unread 3rd May 2016, 10:15 AM
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You're all set! Looking forward to pics
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Skid Plate Thread split:

VSB14 & Tyres: http://www.offroadsubarus.com/showthread.php?t=6737

Lifts & warranty: http://www.offroadsubarus.com/showthread.php?t=6736
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Unread 13th May 2016, 07:43 AM
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I ended up with a subaxtreame one just not had time to fit yet.
Have to say was a little under impressed with the job they did on the cutouts on it to fit model. Ended up cleaning it up quite a bit with a file but still had marks where angle grinder had jumped.
Anyways fitting will be soon and will check out coverage.
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Vert, is that for a SG? The skid plate is made for the SF & fits that very well, & is trimmed for the SG. A few people have commented they don't trim it very well
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Sorry not sure. It's an Forester 07 non turbo.

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Yep, that's a SG, 03-08
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Cool, learned something now
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Was thinking of using a little loctight on the bolts for the guard any thoughts on doing this?
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As it has to be removed for oil changes, probably better to use spring washers instead .
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As it has to be removed for oil changes, probably better to use spring washers instead .
Yeah was thinking that. Was surprised none in the kit. Hence was thinking a low grade loctight. Was surprised not a tourqe rating also
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