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I have the 2008 Mazda 6 i. I was thinking about taking off the door guards because one of them is rusting. I don't know how to properly remove them. I was wondering if removing them would damage the paint. I'm getting the car painted at a later date, but not soon enough. :( (bills, bills, bills)
 

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First post - I have many questions I have tried to search that I can't find a direct answer for. Maybe I'll post in the Gen 3 forum.
 

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Welcome to the forum!

I replied the best I could toy our post. Post up some pics of your ride when you can. :)
 

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Hello all! I just joined today - I own a 2004 Mazda 6s Sport wagon that I've had since 2005. It currently has approx. 97000 miles. I was looking for a good set of coilovers that have adjustable ride height along with spring pre-tension adjustment for it since it's about due for strut and shock replacement. I was looking at the ARK ST-P coilovers but, I haven't been able to find any reviews on them here. Anyone have any recommendations for me? I drive strictly on the street as a daily driver but, can accept the ride to be a little harder if needed. Thanks!
 

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Hey all,
2006 Mazda 6s wagon around 140k miles.
I joined up to ask some for some opinions on the quality of aftermarket suspension control arms from various manufacturers, in particular Beck/Arnley. I've read that depending on who they source their parts from they can be very good quality, but I contacted BA about the parts I'm interested in (102-5531,102-5532,102-5533) and was told they're manufactured in Taiwan.
I'm only planning on keeping the 6 for another 2 years or so but would prefer not to leave the next owner with ball joints that might wear out after a few more thousand miles. On the other hand I'm not quite willing to pay $150+ per arm for OEM. BA seemed like a good price point between MOOG R-series and Problem Solver series so I'm hoping someone can tell me how their BA arms have held up.
 

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Hey all,
2006 Mazda 6s wagon around 140k miles.
I joined up to ask some for some opinions on the quality of aftermarket suspension control arms from various manufacturers, in particular Beck/Arnley. I've read that depending on who they source their parts from they can be very good quality, but I contacted BA about the parts I'm interested in (102-5531,102-5532,102-5533) and was told they're manufactured in Taiwan.
I'm only planning on keeping the 6 for another 2 years or so but would prefer not to leave the next owner with ball joints that might wear out after a few more thousand miles. On the other hand I'm not quite willing to pay $150+ per arm for OEM. BA seemed like a good price point between MOOG R-series and Problem Solver series so I'm hoping someone can tell me how their BA arms have held up.
My dad sold Beck Arnley parts for over 19 years and I used plenty of them on my Talon, imo you cannot go wrong with them.
 

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So here's my required first post in the newbie forum. (Odd rule, but ok...) I've been lurking around the 2016 rumors thread for a few months since it's about time to buy a new car. Pretty sure I'm going to get a 2016 GT+premium. Anyway, the "What's your Mazda story" thread and a big cup of coffee this morning finally got me to register. So now I'm off to that thread.
 

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I just signed up for the forums as I wanna start getting into some mods for my 2008 4cyl 6i, my first question is regarding a new exhaust system, mainly whether to get a bolt on kit, or a welded one
 

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You guys really need to make your first post as an intro thread.

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Wife has a 2007 Mazda 6 which I have been discovering lately...worked over the years on it. 56,000 miles, paid off, and trying to keep it in good shape. Thus far I have replaced the Thermostat, Starter, Battery Cables (extensions), Hatchback struts, Stock Stereo, Speakers. Couldn't have done it all without lurking in this forum...much more work to be done i'm sure...glad to be a member...
 

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Purchased my daughter a 2011 Mazda 3 in Feb 2014. She loved it . . . I liked it. In December I needed to buy me another car so, after doing some extensive searches, I found a 2015 Mazda 6 Touring 6-speed in St Louis. I love it. Now, to work on it and make it mine. Maybe improve the sound system . . . add a few things here and there . . .
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It is plug and play - plug is in glove box. Much cheaper than dealer doing it. Factory unit can be had online. I will post more if I can dig out info. Might require install of hood switch if you don't have factory alarm pkg.
I am wondering if someone can direct me to the correct thread in regards to this DIY. I do have the factory alarm system in my 2014 Touring but would love remote start.. especially if it's plug and play. Assuming that is what you were talking about. Thanks! :wink2:
 

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Seems like not a lot of people have the 2017 Mazda6?
Looking to get G2 caliper paint, aluminum foot pedals and door sills. Anyone know where to get them best from?
 
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