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    Cool Winter Style

    AFAIK there's no thread on winter set-ups so thought I'd give it a go considering most of us have received a decent blast of winter so far.
    I'm thinking we list winter related parts/accessories.
    I'd say mutli-posts are cool as peoples' set-ups progress/change?

    Let's see your winter style
    '98 USDM 2.5GT BD5 EJ25D - Subaru heaven
    '98 JDM RS-B BD5 EJ20R - Current beast

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    1998 Subaru Legacy RS-B EJ20R (BD5)

    SportRack roof rack (model '8' from CT)
    OEM Subaru aero guards (RA universals not mounted unfortunately )
    Federal Himalaya WS2's (205/55/R16) (4th season!!!)
    OEM Subaru 16x6.5 'snowflakes'
    Block heater installed
    Car starter (PITA with a 5 spd... But awesome nonetheless)

    '98 USDM 2.5GT BD5 EJ25D - Subaru heaven
    '98 JDM RS-B BD5 EJ20R - Current beast

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    Bump, I know some of you are driving around this winter!
    '98 USDM 2.5GT BD5 EJ25D - Subaru heaven
    '98 JDM RS-B BD5 EJ20R - Current beast

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    1990 Toyota Celica All Trac
    General Altimax studded tires on some steels that barely clear the callipers
    Wolverine oil pan heater
    Coolant heater
    Interior heater plug in if I want to use one
    Snow shovel
    Tow strap (for the other guys)
    Jumper cables

    And of course battle scars on the bumper from rallying too much


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    There can never be too much rally
    '98 USDM 2.5GT BD5 EJ25D - Subaru heaven
    '98 JDM RS-B BD5 EJ20R - Current beast

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    -Undercoated chassis
    -EDM headlight squirters with duel reservoir pump
    -Rally Tech mudflaps
    -Pro Start car starter
    -15" steelies/ Ultra traction TS960 winter tires 195 55 15
    @cdmtyper
    2017 Civic Type R FK8 R-01546
    1996 Honda Integra XI J Series Swap ITR Clone

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    Looking good Chief! I have General Altimax's on my WRX RA and they are fairly good. I do agree your Celica looks like the cleanest I've seen in Canada, and even in Japan.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ironchief View Post
    1990 Toyota Celica All Trac
    General Altimax studded tires on some steels that barely clear the callipers
    Wolverine oil pan heater
    Coolant heater
    Interior heater plug in if I want to use one
    Snow shovel
    Tow strap (for the other guys)
    Jumper cables

    And of course battle scars on the bumper from rallying too much



    natsirt I love the classic look of your BD5 with the EJ20R, you keep it clean, sporty and practical at the same time.
    Quote Originally Posted by natsirt View Post
    1998 Subaru Legacy RS-B EJ20R (BD5)

    SportRack roof rack (model '8' from CT)
    OEM Subaru aero guards (RA universals not mounted unfortunately )
    Federal Himalaya WS2's (205/55/R16) (4th season!!!)
    OEM Subaru 16x6.5 'snowflakes'
    Block heater installed
    Car starter (PITA with a 5 spd... But awesome nonetheless)


    Looking great as usual Holly, how does it compare to your old EVO in the winter?
    Quote Originally Posted by rhdgc8 View Post


    -Undercoated chassis
    -EDM headlight squirters with duel reservoir pump
    -Rally Tech mudflaps
    -Pro Start car starter
    -15" steelies/ Ultra traction TS960 winter tires 195 55 15

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    Bump for JDM's out this winter!
    '98 USDM 2.5GT BD5 EJ25D - Subaru heaven
    '98 JDM RS-B BD5 EJ20R - Current beast

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    I've been driving my new aristo now that it's running good but I've only had two days of snow so far and it was broken down at that moment. Im glad I live in such a temperate area. In the last 5 years I've had less than 15 days of snow on the ground.

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    Still rockin the celsior on graspic ds3s 2nd winter running great and sticks decently well in alberta winters!
    DougJoseph

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