2005 Subaru WRX Steering Components
- Baer® - Front Tracker Tie Rod EndSubaru WRX / WRX STI 2005, Front Tracker Tie Rod End by Baer®. Suspension Components. Baer Front Tracker Tie Rod End pieces are designed to restore steering and ride stability that may be lost during ride height changes when factory caster and...Our price: $180.25$180.2520% OFF
- Daystar® - Shock and Steering Stabilizer ArmorUniversal Shock and Steering Stabilizer Armor by Daystar®. Surround and protect your shock absorbers, steering stabilizers, or any other tubular underbody pieces from damage and grime discoloration with this set of two polyurethane sleeves for...Our price: $14.99 - $26.99$14.9920% OFF
- Daystar® - Custom Shock BootUniversal Custom Shock Boot by Daystar®. When it comes to superior suspension performance, Daystar offers protective polyurethane sleeve boots that surround and protect shock absorbers, driveshaft joints, axle joints, and steering shock...Our price: $2.73 - $12.99$2.7320% OFF
- Energy Suspension® - Tie Rod Dust BootsTie Rod Dust Boots by Energy Suspension®. Upgrade the protection for your steering system tie rods with replacement boots made from flexible and highly durable polyurethane. Vehicle manufacturers don’t always offer replacement boots for these...Our price: $19.79 - $57.30$19.7920% OFF
Posted by Conrad N.
"My 2001 Seville STS was not giving me a Cadillac ride, but having installed Arnott struts changed that. My car now runs as it did new."
Posted by Amjad B.
"My 07 E63 had 91K when my passenger side air spring started leaking. These Arnott units certainly did the job, but I felt that they are a bit pricy. If you have the cash, I would spend it on OEM units. Having a car with this kind of luxury and horsepower, you want to make sure you have the best you can get to maintain the ride quality you are used to. The installation instructions on this setup could use some modifications to save your time and hassle. Overall, I am happy with this product."
Posted by Collin B.
"Love this product. Definitely noticed a difference in handling at higher speeds. Thanks, CARiD."
Posted by Robert A.
"While the air spring was easy to install, getting the lower end to snap on the axle was a little tricky. Jacking the axle all the way up was not sufficient, I had to air up the air spring to get it to snap in place."
Posted by Peter P.
"Product came with everything needed. Isn't exact to the factory part though. Had to modify a few minor things. Still haven't got them perfected but still better than paying full price for exact OEM parts."