Two weeks ago I received the rack that I bought from SGUAP, installed it that night and found it was garbage. I'm still waiting on the replacement and they will not refund since they have a replacement in stock (actually they have about a dozen racks in stock). They will not ship the replacement until they receive the returned rack, which is annoying, but understandable from a business perspective I guess. It should finally get there this Friday. They are based out of Florida so Irma and Jose caused further delays. They are now without power/internet in their warehouse, but they agreed to fully test my replacement rack today, prior to shipping it out Friday. These delays, slow communication, etc are why I would have really preferred to just return the rack and get a refund. Whadayado. I still really want to do a 15+ rack and might make the upgrade in the future. For now, I'll just run the 05-07 rack...as long as it's not pissing PS fluid all over the place. My attempt at a rebuild was not successful. You may remember from a while back, I broke a fitting off of my original rack body so I used this junk rack as a guinea pig to see what all is involved in a rebuild. I couldn't get the "plug" that holds the pinion gear to unscrew...or even budge for that matter. I has 4 pin holes to grip onto to spin it off...in theory. Subaru has a special socket for this, but I tried improvising... You can see the 4 holes here. This is a spanner wrench for a cut off wheel I believe that I had laying around, but was just a hair short. Then I drilled and tapped holes in this chunk of metal (passenger side TMIC bracket) and threaded some m6 bolts in. This bracket has a nice curve to it that allows it to go around the pinion shaft so I thought it was going to work nicely. Nope. Ended up just bending the bolts...that sucker is on there. I need a pinned spanner wrench like this (or the actual specialty Subaru tool), but I don't want to spend $40-50 just for this job. I'll probably sell my leaky rack with the rebuild kit included...unless I can find the right tool for the job. Hopefully next week I'll have a new-to-me-used rack installed and leak free.