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Hi guys!!

After customer emails and forum PM requests, we now offer a Subaru specific, quick reference Torque Spec guide (in both N·m and ft-lbs)for the most common maintenance duties...professionally silk screened on a sticker! We even printed the necessary socket sizes required to perform these jobs. Engine oil changes, Manual Transmission 5/6MT fluid changes, Differential fluid changes, Tire rotation, and Spark plug replacement specs...we have you covered. No more second guessing yourself, running to your computer, flipping through your FSM, or calling your buddy in the middle of the job. We used 100% industrial caliber vinyl, measuring 4" x 4" with a glossy overcoat. These aren't the cheap die-cut vinyl stuff you get at the mall. We selected a premium grade decal that is weatherproof, and fade proof. It is also UV, oil and scratch resistant. Stick it anywhere you can think of for quick reference: on your tool box, in your glove compartment, oil pan, under your hood, floor jack, jack stands, ramps, bumper, windows...wherever you will find useful! Please see our website for details.







Thanks for looking!

 

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Sorry, but we don't have a closeup of text. But here's a rundown of the things we provide the torque and sizing specs for on our sticker:

Engine:
Oil Drain Plug
Ignition Coil/ Igniter Assembly
Spark Plug

Transmission:
Front Plug (5MT/6MT)
Rear Plug (5MT/6MT)

Wheel


Hope that answers your question!
 

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Bummer, I wish it had strut-top torque specs.

Is the rear plug under "transmission" the rear diff drain/fill plugs?
 

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Bummer, I wish it had strut-top torque specs.

Is the rear plug under "transmission" the rear diff drain/fill plugs?
Yes, the rear transmission plug specs are for both drain and filler plugs.

As for the strut-top specs, perhaps in the future we'll produce some suspension-oriented stickers (we've tossed the idea around), but for now we decided to focus on the more common maintenance specs. Thanks for your interest, though!
 
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