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Old 05-18-2017, 08:36 PM   #1
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What are folks using for GD Axles these days?

I'm pretty sure my 2004 STI has a bad front axel on the driver's side.

OE rebuilds we all the rage a few years back, but I'm not really seeing them for sale anymore.
I'm finding PN 28321FE192 for both fronts, but those are spendy at ~ $350 each
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I still recommend OEM, even at that price.

I have a front axle from my 04 FXT and it may be the same. If it fits, I'll let you have it super cheap, like six pack cheap.

https://www.i-club.com/forums/norcal...e-axle-268738/

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OEM, used if necessary, all day.
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I still recommend OEM, even at that price.

I have a front axle from my 04 FXT and it may be the same. If it fits, I'll let you have it super cheap, like six pack cheap.

https://www.i-club.com/forums/norcal...e-axle-268738/

That's super-cool of you, and unfortunately they are different

After driving the car today, I'm pretty sure this is a wheel bearing issue. There's a little brake-shutter at high speed. Between the noise, and the shutter, I think I've found the issue
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