Thanks. The video done by someone else looked pretty straight-forward. My challenge, like most projects would be finding my tools for the job. I swear I always return things to their proper place. Honest. :bonk:
I've had my 19mm RSB for a few years now and live in Northern NJ so get our share of snow from time to time. Has not been a problem getting through any kind of snow and ride has been fine in terms of comfort.If anyone can comment on how their Outback with the 19mm RSB mod handles in the snow, I'd appreciate it greatly.
Thanks for the confirmation... Spoke to a few people in the family familiar with modding vehicles, and they essentially told me it was a "no brainer" as far as dynamics and winter driving are concerned. However, they didn't have a Subaru, nor a spouse who might look at them cross-eyed for taking a wrench to a vehicle that's only a few weeks old. :29:I've had my 19mm RSB for a few years now and live in Northern NJ.
I thought of a question. Currently I live in ATL, and snow is not a problem. However, in a few years, I plan to be in upstate NY driving the Subaru. On an AWD vehicle, will a stiffer RSB cause increased handling issues in snow? I think if the vehicle were FWD only, this could be more of a problem.
If anyone can comment on how their Outback with the 19mm RSB mod handles in the snow, I'd appreciate it greatly.