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Old 08-27-2012, 02:18 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Old 08-27-2012, 03:39 PM   #32 (permalink)
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Those headlights look awesome, I call first dibs if you ever sell them!

Was swapping out the steering wheel hard at all? I may consider buying one, but want to find out what it entails first.
Thanks man! Consider them yours if I ever sell them haha.

Swapping out the steering wheel was super easy! You need to re-use your current airbag and swap out the cruise control stalk with your current one and you're good. I can't remember if I had to cut and re-wire the connectors but I'm pretty sure I didn't. If you do need to I would crimp the wires just to be super safe, this is an airbag we're talking about after all.

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Old 08-28-2012, 04:42 AM   #33 (permalink)
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Thanks man! Consider them yours if I ever sell them haha.

Swapping out the steering wheel was super easy! You need to re-use your current airbag and swap out the cruise control stalk with your current one and you're good. I can't remember if I had to cut and re-wire the connectors but I'm pretty sure I didn't. If you do need to I would crimp the wires just to be super safe, this is an airbag we're talking about after all.
Ok awesome, I'm not too sure where to even start at for taking off my old wheel. I'll wait until I actually find one before I get into it. Thanks.
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Please tell more about fitting the 05 wrx rear seats. What kind of modifications did you have to make?

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Well I haven't done much to my car other than maintenance and other small things:

Got a snowboard rack for the upcoming season.

Used a headlight restoration kit to clear up my head lights and I'm about to install some vinyl over them to keep them clear.

Got some red lug nuts which I love.

Bought some Aspen White touch up paint and filled in a bunch of little random chips and stuff, makes the Foz look a lot better.

I also got some front Bugeye WRX seats which are amazing! And I got rear 05 WRX seats that are all black, they don't match the fronts obviously but I actually prefer having the back all black, it looks much cleaner especially with my tinted windows.

That about sums up 6 months of little random things I've been doing to my car in one long-*** post haha thanks for reading.

Here's the latest picture of my Foz with my friend's Limited Edition Ninja 250 before we went for a little cruise:
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Ok awesome, I'm not too sure where to even start at for taking off my old wheel. I'll wait until I actually find one before I get into it. Thanks.
Yeah no problem. Taking off the steering wheel is really easy. Let me know if you need help when you get a steering wheel.

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Please tell more about fitting the 05 wrx rear seats. What kind of modifications did you have to make?

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I only had to re-use my bracket that holds the two halves of the rear seat together, just replace the bracket on the new seats with your old bracket and bolt back in. If you have one other person to help you install the seats it will be a lot easier. Good luck and if you need more help don't hesitate to ask!
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I only had to re-use my bracket that holds the two halves of the rear seat together, just replace the bracket on the new seats with your old bracket and bolt back in. If you have one other person to help you install the seats it will be a lot easier. Good luck and if you need more help don't hesitate to ask!
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Any pictures of your rear seats? Also, did you get wagon seats?
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+1 for pics

Also do they fold all the way down still?

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Any pictures of your rear seats? Also, did you get wagon seats?
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Hey Rob, yeah I got wagon seats. I'm almost positive that sedan seats won't fit in Foresters, or wagons for that matter.

And climbingbum, yes they still fold all the way down and they are SO much more comfortable than the stock seats.

Here are a few pictures of the seats as requested. The pictures are a little washed out due to a crappy cellphone camera and the fact that it's super sunny out, anyways:





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Nice job! Looks like I'll go searching for some wagon seats. Thanks for the pics!
OT: we keep similar stuff in our Foresters: bike and soccer equipment. lol
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No problem, good luck with your search!

And good eye haha!
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I'm so jealous!!! Looks like I'm looking for a set of 05 front and rear wagons seats!

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Hey Rob, yeah I got wagon seats. I'm almost positive that sedan seats won't fit in Foresters, or wagons for that matter.

And climbingbum, yes they still fold all the way down and they are SO much more comfortable than the stock seats.

Here are a few pictures of the seats as requested. The pictures are a little washed out due to a crappy cellphone camera and the fact that it's super sunny out, anyways:





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so rear wagon seats fit in the sf's??

oh and by the way im jealous of your white forester!
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From the sounds of it he only had to change out one bracket and then they bolt right in.


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Yeah no problem. Taking off the steering wheel is really easy. Let me know if you need help when you get a steering wheel.



I only had to re-use my bracket that holds the two halves of the rear seat together, just replace the bracket on the new seats with your old bracket and bolt back in. If you have one other person to help you install the seats it will be a lot easier. Good luck and if you need more help don't hesitate to ask!
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so rear wagon seats fit in the sf's??

oh and by the way im jealous of your white forester!
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Seeing your SF with WRX front AND rear seats makes me want the same even more. LOVE IT. Also, there's another journal I just saw today and your SFs look extremely identical!

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I'm so jealous!!! Looks like I'm looking for a set of 05 front and rear wagons seats!
My old seats were all grey and they looked so blah! I hope you find some nice seats!

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so rear wagon seats fit in the sf's??

oh and by the way im jealous of your white forester!
Yup the wagon seats fit, 02-07 Imprezas that is, I think the new ones are different.

I'm jealous of you new wheels! Me likey!

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From the sounds of it he only had to change out one bracket and then they bolt right in.
This is correct. Just use the bracket from your current rear seats and bolt back in, so simple for such an awesome upgrade!

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Seeing your SF with WRX front AND rear seats makes me want the same even more. LOVE IT. Also, there's another journal I just saw today and your SFs look extremely identical!

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Thanks man! Your car is coming along nicely! I love the offload look you've got going.

There are a few black and white SFs on the board, I love it!
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