How to Remove Subaru Outback Rocker Panels?

Answer The rocker panels on the Subaru Legacy Outback are the plastic trim panels under the doors. They mainly serve as a way to hide the frame for looks. Their low position on the car means they can get ... Read More »

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How to Replace the Interior Panels on a Subaru Outback?

The Outback is a popular wagon sold by Japanese auto manufacturer Subaru. The Outback is best known for its rugged all-wheel drive chassis. Subaru introduced the Outback in 1995; it remains one of ... Read More »

How to Remove Chrome Rocker Panels?

Vintage cars and trucks routinely used chrome rocker panels to protect the lower half of the car from dings and scratches caused by road debris. Unlike today's cars, which use foam compression tape... Read More »

How to Remove Rocker Panels From a Chevy Truck?

When a Chevy truck ages and is exposed to adverse road conditions for years or maybe decades, the rocker panels take a lot of abuse. Salt can get in between the panels, which forms rust over time. ... Read More »

How To Remove a Subaru Outback Driveshaft?

You may need to service the driveshaft on your Subaru Outback if the universal joints (U-joints) at the end and center of the shaft wear out or the shaft itself needs to be replaced. Even if you ar... Read More »