I didn't do the front for ages because of that particular myth but myth it is. OK the back maybe more effective but the front still makes a big and worthwhile difference. Esp considering the small cost. Same thing goes for the ARB. OK rear makes the biggest difference but front has a big part to play. If you do it to the front do it to the back. Fnar fnar. Same for ARB droplinks - get rid of the jointed ones and go WL or similar front and back. Big difference for not much dough.
In fact decent tyres, front and rear ARBs and drop links and both strut braces will give you a decent handling car. Oh - throw in a subframe lock kit and decent alignment.
What it says really. Hazy Headlights. I’ve tried a couple of kits and think probably worse off then when I started. Read tip about the wonders of Brasso. So I did the Forester and the Legacy this morning. Brilliant results. Put it on with a quilted kitchen towel then left it for about 5 minutes...
Hello! I'm a first time Forester owner and I recently acquired a 2003 model that has an issue with the power locking.
The "lock all" button on the drivers door works perfectly but when unlocking using the key, only the drivers door will unlock - the buttons on the key don't work either.
Will be looking for a STI Forester the 1st quarter of next year, I am in the Midlands near Gaydon, where would be good places to go for a look around?
Where's the best place to go for mapping in the area and other such work?
New owner of an 06 FSTi, its currently winging it's way from the Land of the rising sun as we speak courtsy of TorqueGT's personal import service.
My question is, I live in Guernsey and by choice I would always use 98, but from time to time that isn't possible and 95 is my only option...