How many total caster/camber bolts do I need to replace every one on my 06 outback wagon?

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Asked by Sep 12, 2017 at 03:43 PM about the 2006 Subaru Outback 2.5i Wagon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I want to replace all of the suspension parts on my 2006 Subaru outback wagon 2.5 l engine . My question is how many adjuster bolts do I need to buy to replace all of the bolts on the car?

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6,200

Why?

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Several are frozen in place and I am replacing all the suspension parts on the car. Therefore I need to know since I am new to Subaru ownership how many there are in total so I can purchase them from Rockauto.com

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Does anyone have the answer to this question?

6,200

When I'm asked by a client how to stiffen further the handling on a 2006-2009 gen OB 2.5 affordably I do the following: 1. Replace rear antisway bar with thicker OE one (it's cheap!) 2. Replace all tires to 225/55R17 V or W-rated to improve over OE T. You're correct that replacing all struts and springs is the next step, but pricey...especially if you have to work with rusted bolts. Have fun.

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I thank you for your advice and insight on the Subaru . I am however still looking to find out how many in total adjuster bolts there are on my car. I am not trying to tighten up my handling . I am trying to replace all of the bushings and a arms and other related dried out bushings , worn out ball joints , and frozen in place adjuster bolts. That is why I need to know how many there are I total so I can buy them before taking it to the shop for repairs. Anyone have any idea how many there are in total?

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