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  1. DIY: Do It Yourself
    Installed these tonight: They are out of an EVO 8, died black (I may try to get them recovered in tan leather to match the car) and installed with wedge engineering brackets. My buddy had intended this setup for his e36 track car but since it's on the back burner he let me try them out...
  2. E46 General
    One thing that doesn't seem to get much attention is windshield wipers. Now, while this is a very cheap and easy item to maintain, it is crucial that your windshield wipers do their job. How are you supposed to drive if you can't see? Last year when I got my car, the original OEM metal frames...
  3. DIY: Do It Yourself
    Hey; Was given a Evo rear spoiler with the factory clear coat peeling, chipping and badly yellowed. Apparently, this is a known issue with this model. Really bad shape!! Unfortunately, I never took a picture before I started it (thought I had, but apparently not). Here's the project...
  4. Tires, Wheels
    I damaged my old HP Design EVO wheels and am looking for replacement. I want to keep my old tires though since they are still pretty new. My old wheels are 18*8 front and 18*9 rear. VB3 CSL are 18*8.5 and 18*9.5. Will they fit my tires 225/45/18 F and 245/40/18 R?
  5. Wheels and Tires
    Drove over a pothole and two wheels were damaged. Need one 18*8 and one 18*9 rims. Ping me if you have for sale.
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