On Uhaul website, I am given
1. 2" Rec - Round Tube
2. 2" Rec - Round Tube RecRec
1. 2 1/4" drop 8 1/2" length
2. 2 1/4" drop 10" length
3. 3 1/2" drop 10" length
4. 5 3/4" drop 10" length
5. 7 3/4" drop 9" length
and so on
2" Hitch ball
diameter 3/4 or 1 inch...
I have 2011 Subaru Forester XT touring with 180k miles. No issue whatsoever and runs like new. It had some hardware issue (fuel tank release) in the first year but no mechanical issue so far. I feel like it can easily last at least twice as long.
My only problem is all the issues I read...
"If you hitch is an OEM type from Subaru you may need to use a Yakima carrier instead. These OEM hitches have their hitch pin hole placed very near the end of the receiver tube and some racks will not work. If you have an OEM hitch I suggest...
I saw from an old forum that Kuat NV racks will work well for OEM trailer hitch. (trying to avoid any issues - read some problem with pin hole too close to receiver or something like that)
Kuat NV 2.0
Kuat Sherpa 2.0
any thoughts? what will work well with OEM hitch?
Thanks for the advice. I just want a bike rack that will work. I saw some posts about some people having issue with bike rack. (something about 'pin hole on the receiver being too short' on OEM trailer hitch.
Thanks for the info guys. I will probably go with base. I have 2011 subaru forester xt touring and I went for 'touring' trim solely for HID lamp. I am trying to be frugal this time.
I don't need power seats, all weather packages, and never used fog lights. However, I will miss dark tinted...
I understand most people are purchasing premium or above and few people get base.
I can't see much difference between base and premium. (tinted color, dashboard, power seats) What would be your reason for choosing premium over base and pay another $2k?