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  1. Rear anti roll bar mounts and drop links plus fuel filler neck and breather pipe
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  2. Hello everybody. Well, I just joined the ranks of Subaru ownership. Nothing very exotic I'm afraid, but a 2005 Legacy 2.0i is a start, right? I will doubtless have a lot of stupid questions as I go through and tidy up all the bits that need fixing up. As for me, I'm 44, married, kids, dog etc etc, living in Norfolk. Also into fishing, flying rc planes, birdwatching etc. So that's me and here's the machine. Cheers Matt
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  3. A good workhorse for someone - good luck with the sale
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  4. Just back from another overnight 'wild' car camp in the Outback. One of the reasons I bought the car was that, with the rear seats down flat, it allows me to stretch my full 6 feet easily (take the rear seats headrests out, reverse them and put them back in again to make a platform for a pillow). Sleeping bag and bedroll - sorted. Also, as most car campers will know, having the rear hatch open for extended periods is often necessary, if only to lounge in the back, with the nose of the car pointing into the wind, and take in the landscape while quaffing a brew. As I'm often stealth camping in areas with no phone signal, I don't want to get stranded with a flat battery. So I tried this Rear Hatch OB Battery Drain Fix and it works! To be fair, I've no idea if my car has had a fix for this known issue (it's still a reported problem on the Gen6 OB so maybe not). So....I'd be grateful if someone could see if it's still an issue with the late Gen5 OB and save me the hassle of being stranded/needing a jump start... 🙂
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  5. Fitted a spare wheel. I picked up a full size wheel and tyre (same size 18" tyre as my Levorg) for only £40 GBP. It fits on my car and in the wheel well in the boot perfectly. The wheel came of a Mazda 6 Sport. I made a securing clamp out of a piece of threaded rod and a sink plug holder I had in the garage to fix it in.
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