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post #821 of 827 (permalink) Old 12-03-2016, 05:15 PM
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well I've only owned the outback for 3 days now so nothing much to report....

but I did do some wicked trailering with my rsti !





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First time loading the whole track day setup into my new (to me) OB. Fully loaded on the trailer, up top and inside. Not to mention the odd GF giving an awkward 'Hi'.
bike to get around the pits. this guy knows what hes doing.

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Hi' I'm Roger, I lashed a 20 ft aluminum ladder w/zip ties and tied rope to front and rear tow holes to balance the ladder. Put 6 bags of insulation each containing 10 bats- no problem. Can also carry 12 full construction bags lashed to ladder. Save a ton at the land fill. No B.S.
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Boyfriend strapped a semi steer tire (might've been a pair, I forget) to the roof rack on my '97 Impreza Outback. Cheaper to go that route than take his big F350. Drive through at Mc Ds was entertaining.
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Just over 700lbs of rubble, ie. broken up concrete from my garage floor.

Landfill guy was a little surprised. The King Springs handled the load well, but I shoulda put a little more air in the rear tires.

No pics, as my hands were too cold to be messing around with my phone...
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In my 03 I put a full size recliner inside. It came apart in two pieces.
A entire lincoln towncar sunroof assembly (not just the glass) in the back.
A two person very old and heavy wood church pew.
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Back in the early 1990's, I was working construction without a truck, and I was driving a 1990 Legacy LS. I had a great set of surf racks and regularly hauled 4-5 sheets of sheetrock, a few sheets of plywood, various lumber, sheetrock finish edging / sheetrock bead, crown molding, and whatever else needed hauling. Just avoid using lousy plastic twine and use good nylon line instead, and I could haul just about anything on the roof of that Legacy.


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