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Old 02-14-2020, 04:53 AM   #26
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Dude! Didn't realize there was someone else in Chico on this board! I'm glad there's someone else close by to help me bother Jack I'm interested to see out the WRX seats work out, I'm in a similar predicament
Neither did I! I try my best but everytime I go over there I end up funding his addiction by buying parts.

Lots of WRX seats nearby on Facebook marketplace, I'll let you know how it goes
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Finished putting the WRX seats in the wagon today, look great and made a huge difference in driving feel. I no longer slide whenever I corner at over 6mph


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Mounted by cutting off the WRX mounts and welding flat steal from rail to rail, drilling holes in the front and welding the 240 mounts to the back


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The 240 rear mounts can be pulled/pryed/cut out of the rail and have a nice flat spot perfect for welding. They hang off a little more then I would like on the drivers side but still had a good bit of area to weld to

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The wrx rails work great to move back and forth, much less sticky then the 240 ones I have dealt with

Hope to get the 242 smogged this Friday and put in some new swaybars, cut the front springs and maybe take a look at the sunroof.
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