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Prova Rear Crossmember Collar Set
Subaru Models (inc. 2008+ WRX / STI)
Features & Product Details
RallySport Direct is proud to provide you with quality enhancements brought to you by Prova.
Here, you are looking at the Prova Rear Crossmember Collar Set. This collar set has been designed to help reduce unnecessary movement in the rear cross member of your vehicle.
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Items that are covered under the RallySport Guarantee offer a 30 day no questions asked return policy.
RallySport Guarantee items may be returned within 30 days of the original invoice date and must include all the original parts and contents for a refund.
The RallySport Guarantee does not apply to products that have been modified, damaged, misused or abused. All returns require an RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) Number, and freight charges are strictly non-refundable. For more information regarding our freight refund policy, please refer to our return policy page found HERE.
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I didn’t have the pleasure of purchasing through RSD but nonetheless I’ll provide my feedback here to help anyone else wading through the sea of debate. If you’ve ever taken your rear subframe apart to fit replacement bushings / inserts then you will know that lining it back up is a HEADACHE!!! My 2011 WRX rear subframe (with the bolts loose) can be physically shifted 5mm left or right on an angle (rotational shift, not directly horizontal). The debate with these bolts is stopping the subframe from moving, my decision in buying these collars was the peace of mind and ease of use to get my subframe sitting where it should be. Sure you can just get an alignment to help combat the miss aligned subframe but you can’t adjust track (when the wheels are pushed closer to one side of the car than the other). Long story short: The car feels better connected, it now tracks better. It’s a feeling that’s hard to put into words without sounding like a cheesy paid infomercial- but the car sure feels better connected which relates to better feedback and composure on the road. Again, to me these are more for aligning the car than preventing movement - a point engineering backgrounds have chosen to criticise.