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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-08-2018, 03:29 PM Thread Starter
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The Battlewagon

2019 touring outback. Added a LP Aventure lift, Baja designs onyx 6+ light bar, led fogs, lp skids, bumper guard, lp exhaust. Portable arb air pump.

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we have a few pistol / gun storage threads here someplace,...

I would think my knee would drag on that one.
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@traildogck look a lifted outback without CKE SSP parts....how rare.


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2019 touring outback. Added a LP Aventure lift, Baja designs onyx 6+ light bar, led fogs, lp skids, bumper guard, lp exhaust. Portable arb air pump.
If you get the wobbles look up ADF or CKE SSP and we can fix up the LP Lift with a CVT insert.


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we have our original wheels and tires complete with factory tpms for sale on the forum as well, if ya'll know anyone who's interested.

the g-code soc rig doesn't interfere with leg room for either of us btw. its a solid place to mount on the draw stroke your over the steering wheel without flagging yourself going to drivers or passenger side windows. being as its mounted on the rti wheel it can also just be removed leaving on the thin mount behind.
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we have our original wheels and tires complete with factory tpms for sale on the forum as well, if ya'll know anyone who's interested.

the g-code soc rig doesn't interfere with leg room for either of us btw. its a solid place to mount on the draw stroke your over the steering wheel without flagging yourself going to drivers or passenger side windows. being as its mounted on the rti wheel it can also just be removed leaving on the thin mount behind.
you are a bit high on asking price,

a few new cast offs have been posted recently though if you want to look backwards in the classified.

and sometimes people here want factory rims / tires back when they turn their cars in or sell them. so they are out to buy such things.

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trail dog what should i be keeping an eye out for at what speed or at what time would these wobbles be detected? i did some reading on the subject but, i haven't experienced anything personally with this car. had it on a 1,000 mile road trip already down to the smokies it has been great. my last three trucks where 3/4 ton and 1 ton dodges on 37's so this thing rides like a mercedes to me.
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Right around 18-20 mph in low throttle situations.

Typically higher throttle is unnoticeable to the driver.
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Nice setup, too bad it's missing a key item... low range 4x4 and rear lockers.
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Nice setup, too bad it's missing a key item... low range 4x4 and rear lockers.

That's a common misconception as far as Outbacks go (it is more applicable to a Foz). It does not need low range or rear locker, unless it is a 2.5 trying the high-elevation CO passes. Thanks to the bumpers, an OB or an XV can hardly get where a locker would be needed, no matter the lift. And it can climb just fine without low range, at least the H6 can. As for control, high-center of gravity BoF vehicles need low range a lot more than a Subaru does.


I may have moved on because of where I live and where I go, but most folks on the 4Runner forum need nothing more than a stock Subaru with better tires (yet spend thousands on great but unreliable high-dollar race suspensions that only a few people actually put to intended use and thousands more on mostly worthless bumpers that weigh down the vehicle everywhere).
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Mean looking wheel and tire combo!

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