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Old 11-08-2021, 09:30 AM   #1
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Help name this part

Hello! I believe this is the right place to post this.

Long story short, I crashed my BRZ and since its paid off don't have full coverage.

Fixing it myself, and broke the drivers side rear suspension, and I think I bent this part but can't find the name of it or where it'd be located in Subaru parts

any help would be appreciated!! Thanks!

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Thatís the subframe unfortunately.
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Subframe:

https://parts.subaru.com/p/Subaru_20...0152CA000.html

Subaru wholesale part sellers have the part for cheaper, but I imagine the shipping cost would end up making it more expensive than picking one up at the dealer @ MSRP.

Not only will this come with new subframe bushings, but also new differential cradle bushings.
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Looks like a Frank to me
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Help name this part

I would pull the bolt out, it could be you just bent the mounting bolt and the bushing is pushed over.


oh yeah, and that is the subframe.

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Oh I have seen those before! That is a Squiglyspooch. They are common on Japanese vehicles.
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I think it is called an expensive lesson to not drop full coverage. You really don't save that much.

Good luck with your fix.
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I think it is called an expensive lesson to not drop full coverage. You really don't save that much.

Good luck with your fix.

Yup. You donít drop full coverage because itís paid off. You drop full coverage if you can afford to and willing to outright replace it at full cost. Unless you have a spare 15-30k laying around that you are willing to lose, you want collision/comprehensive.
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