Subaru Outback Forums banner

1 - 5 of 5 Posts

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
1 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
I have a 2000 Legacy Outback base model. Mine broke several months ago and I want to replace it. I can't fine a new one anywhere online. Do I just need to get the same junk one from a junk yard. Thanks
 

·
Master Caster
2005 XT, Mildly Modified...2006 XT Limited, Highly Modifed
Joined
·
16,144 Posts
You mean this one?
 

Attachments

·
Registered
2005 Outback 3.0R VDC/VTD/LSD 5eat , 2.8'' lift
Joined
·
1,711 Posts
cant be you broke sway bar ? lol . if you mean links they cheap and easy to find in any auto shop. and easy to change to.
if sway bar really broken , yes just go to crap yard , and buy used one from same car as your. check links same time too and change them if they used long time .
i buy those for about 10 euros aftermarket ones and they hold very good. no need pay many times more
 

·
Registered
4, Gen 2 H6's: 2001 LLBean, 2002 LLBean, 2002 VDC, 2003 Plain...I love the H6's!
Joined
·
309 Posts
I’ve replaced a broken front sway bar on 2 outbacks. One 2001 and the other a 2002. I bought the new sway bars from subaru.

I recommend replacing bushings and end links (aftermarket Moog, total about $200 including sway bar from subaru) while you’re at it to avoid “ghosting” (loose steering on ice).
 

·
Registered
2001 Outback 5 speed, 2000 Outback Automatic, 2002 Legacy Wagon Automatic. All 2.5L
Joined
·
270 Posts
I’ve replaced a broken front sway bar on 2 outbacks. One 2001 and the other a 2002. I bought the new sway bars from subaru.

I recommend replacing bushings and end links (aftermarket Moog, total about $200 including sway bar from subaru) while you’re at it to avoid “ghosting” (loose steering on ice).
I replaced a broken front sway bar on my daughter's 2000 outback as well... also used a new sway bar from subaru.
 
1 - 5 of 5 Posts
Top