what is best front axel for subaru 2002 3l llben

Asked by Mar 10, 2016 at 11:17 PM about the 2002 Subaru Outback L.L. Bean Edition Wagon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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1″ DIAMOND FLAT IRON

5,060

Huh?

20,555

How about just getting the original equipment part? Contact your dealer.

5,060

Sure, Mark. Dealers sell axles for $400, whereas they wholesale for $50-90. Sigh....

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20,555

Ernie, consumers don't usually purchase things at wholesale. They asked where to get it and the best place to eas

20,555

To easily find it. Sure, they can shop around, but, getting the right part is essential.

6,625

If you ever felt you weren't getting the right part, you could probably type in your VIN on your brands website, figure out what you needed and then buy it somewhere else. Barsik- copy and paste the first link, click the blue part number on the left to get interchange. The axles are the same for the front left/right and are used among many models around that year (99-06). $35-$90 (plus $10ish shipping; also search google for rockauto 5 off coupon code, enter in "how did you hear about us" spot). I think Cardone is a good brand/company but you might research more. (link stops at 2288)---- http://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/subaru,2002,outback,3.0l+h 6,1378807,drivetrain,cv+half+shaft+assembly,2288 ----Also check out this forum page: http://www.subaruoutback.org/forums/99-do-yourself-illustrated- guides/21119-diy-front-cv-axle-boot-replacement.html

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