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  1. Gen 2: 2000-2004
    I lifted my 2002 Subaru Outback with a 2 inch lift kit so I have about 3 or more inches and I want to put maybe 30 inch tires on it, would 245/70R16 work on my stock rims, maybe with wheel spacers if I need too?
  2. Forum Rules, New Member Information & Intro.
    Hi! I wanted to introduce myself and say hello! I purchased a 2020 Premium last March. I had no idea that Subaru had such a loyal following. And I had no idea that the Outback had such a subculture around it. The more I’ve learned about the car and the things people do with their car, the more...
  3. Wheels, Tires, Brakes, & Suspension
    Is anyone using a 235/65-17 or a 235/60-17 tire on a stock 4th Gen Outback (ie. 2014)? If yes, any clearance or rubbing issues? thanks in advance. ps - not concerned with speedometer readings, just asking about clearance issues.
  4. Inside Front.

    The inside, very nice condition.
  5. Side view.

    Here you can see some rust on the rear fender, nothing major. I also plan to buy the lift kit for her.
  6. Back side.

    She came with a trailer hitch too as seen in this picture. What you can't see is that both rear fenders have a slight rust problem that I'm intent on fixing.
  7. My new used Outback.

    Brought her 400 miles home from NY to Pa, not one problem. She has 150'000 miles, with many wear parts already replaced. I had been looking everywhere for this color everywhere, so I'm now happy owner of one.
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