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Just ordered mine from the factory in blue.Can't wait till it arrives. Having the dealership put a 2' lift kit from LP adventures on it before I take possession. Any recommendations on AT tires?
 

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Just ordered mine from the factory in blue.Can't wait till it arrives. Having the dealership put a 2' lift kit from LP adventures on it before I take possession. Any recommendations on AT tires?
Not really on the tires. Mine is not gong to need anymore than 8.7.
Make sure you find out how eyesight will be effected by the lift kit. May have to disable some stuff. Even if dealer installed lift. ;)
 

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Not really on the tires. Mine is not gong to need anymore than 8.7.
Make sure you find out how eyesight will be effected by the lift kit. May have to disable some stuff. Even if dealer installed lift. ;)
Thanks that did not even occur to me.
 

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Thanks that did not even occur to me.
Yep, I grabbed this out of the Eyesight Manual:


The system may not operate correctly under the conditions listed below.
When these conditions occur, turn off the Pre-Collision Braking System. Also,
do not use Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Centering Function, Lane Departure
Prevention Function or Conventional Cruise Control.
  • The tire pressure is not correct.*1
  • The temporary spare tire is installed.*1
  • Tires that are unevenly worn or tires with uneven wear patterns are
installed.*1
  • Tires that are the wrong size are installed.*1
  • A flat tire has been fixed temporarily with a tire repair kit.
  • The suspension has been modified (including a genuine SUBARU suspension

that has been modified).
 

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Not really on the tires. Mine is not gong to need anymore than 8.7.
Make sure you find out how eyesight will be effected by the lift kit. May have to disable some stuff. Even if dealer installed lift. ;)
LP and many other lifts work fine with eyesight, stop spreading misinformation if you haven’t experienced this for yourself.
 

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LP and many other lifts work fine with eyesight, stop spreading misinformation if you haven’t experienced this for yourself.
"stop spreading misinformation"?? Really, it came directly from the manual. I see many Subarus with lift kits installed. I HAVE PERSONALLY DRIVEN THOSE CARS. 2017 Outback, 2018 CrossTrek. I am only posting directly from the 2020 owners manual. BTW, before you say negative comments about a poster, you should do your homework. Most off roaders are not using Eyesight off road anyhow. At least my friends don't. That would be annoying. PS: I am very aware of LP.
 

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Howdy: I too took delivery of a XT Touring Outback yesterday November 2nd. It was ordered July 31 and was transport carrier received October 30. While ordered in July the factory trailer hitch had to be dealer installed. Yet I've read Outbacks have been received with Subaru Trailer hitches prior to reaching the dealership. Optional Equipment - Sport Grill-Turbo-Body Side Moulding-Ext Auto Dim Mirror-Splash Guards-Door Scuff Protectors-Rear Bumper Cover-Rear Seat Back Protector-Cargo Net-LED Upgrade-Dome Light-All Weather floor matts - and non turbo accessories - Weather Tech CupFone-BumpStep (small). IMG_4135.JPG
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