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  1. Offroad Tech
    This is m first post so sorry if its a bit hard to follow, I have a 99' legacy outback and I want to turn her into an overland esk camping rig. I'm trying to find options for front bumpers or bull bars because the stock bumper just looks too good with the fog lights hahaha. If you have any...
  2. Gen 4: 2010-2014
    Hello, was searching for a rear bumper for my Outback 2010 for a while and just purchased one online. I'm now realizing it's a 2015/16/17 bumper. How incompatible is the bumper?
  3. Parts, Accessories, & Performance
    For those of you who have ever looked at SubaXtreme - in particular, their front & rear bumpers. I contacted them a few weeks ago, and received a response. Since there really isn't a whole lot of info on US availability of these bumpers, I figured I'd share the response I got: TL;DR: You...
  4. Gen 1: 1995-1999
    Long story short, I slid in the snow and I need to replace my bumper, ac condenser, grill, and bumper cover. I'm pretty certain the 2000 outback parts from my local pick'n'pull will work, but wanted to check if anyone has any tips, or if you've done this before.
  5. Parts, Accessories, & Performance
    I saw this photo on eBay and I initially thought it was a 07-09 legacy sedan bumper on The OB but then I noticed the diffuser looked like an aftermarket bumper. Can anyone identify this bumper or share experience with fitting a sedan bumper to the outback and putting arches on to complete the look?
  6. bumpertrimmed3

    Approach angle is up to roughly 35 degrees now. I'd buy that for a dollar.
  7. bumpertrimmed2

    More angles.
  8. bumpertrimmed

    All trimmed up, gonna work on a protection plate for the radiator support now.
  9. bumpercover

    The inside of the fascia, layed against the side of the wagon for reference. This thing is monstrous.
  10. bumperbare

    Bare bumper without the styrophoam.
  11. bumperbacking

    Whats behind that front fascia plastic piece? Styrophoam! Before you go off saying Scoobys are cheap, most manufacturesrs put styrophoam or something similar behind their bumpers as a shock absorbers.
  12. behindbarebumper

    backside of the front bumper with everything removed.
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