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Been here for a couple of months. I'm enjoying and learning new things. Now I've decided to create my first inquiry.

I'm living in NY and I'm currently finding trusted and one-stop-shop for Subaru parts and accessories. What my mechanic friend suggested is https://www.subaruonlineparts.com/. Yeah they have great inventory but I was hoping that there's more like this.

Do you have any suggestions? Any replies will be highly appreciated.

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