2020 Touring XT
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Hmmmm. @RocketMan20 - any feedback on that? Has the boat been out in the hot sun with that accessory? Keep us updated on this? I imagine that there are a lot of different heat tolerances in adhesives used for this stuff. I mean, I used adhesive-based door scuff protectors and they haven’t melted on me like the Wicked Witch of the West just yet.Just a head's up. I would hesitate to use adhesive based accessories in the car.
Wow! I guess I’ll stay away from that seat gap filler with that adhesive problem. So far my adhesive on my door scuff protectors are not failing like the seat gap filler adhesive.This is a review someone else posted of the same issue I had:
Just did the first oil change at 5k miles. I think I’m going to keep that interval.
Since I am new to turbo and Subaru I decided to reference Bob is the Oil Guy Forum for expert advice on oils and intervals. Not saying LC20 doesn't do anything but they don't think much of that product.I am using LC20 with 5e changes.
Auto stop and start Hate this, wish I could disable it permanently. I live in a highly congested area, so this comes on very very frequently.
I hear your concern about the bumper. A buddy of mine has the same tips on his 2020 and his bumper is fine. Still I'm going to keep an eye on it. As far as ground clearance, I think I am safe because I have no plans to take it further off-road than a grassy driveway.While I like the look, the clearance with the bumper (heat) and lower to the ground (scraping off road) would both be a concern for me.
That is one shiny, sharp-looking vehicle there. For some reason their website still shows a "Representative Photo Gallery" instead of actual photos. In real life they look much better! Quick question-did you have the factory Splash Guards beforehand?Installed my mudflaps today. Weathertech recently came out with mudflaps for the 2020.
Thanks for posting the WeatherTech Mud Flaps install, Jayray53. Inspired me to order them up since the wife keeps finding every mud puddle in town and blasting my rearview mirror and rocker panels. I installed just using the OEM bolts and the one WeatherTech push-in clip on the rears. I wonder if it makes any difference-the flange on the factory bolts looks to be the same size as the washer on the WeatherTechs.Installed my mudflaps today. Weathertech recently came out with mudflaps for the 2020.
I'd personally rather have chrome over having something that looks like a DIY job.
Yes I think you're on the right track:
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