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Kiwiflyboy last won the day on January 11

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  1. Pulled the heart of the forester out today.
  2. Started to strip the forester of all the add on parts to sell them off. 2 1/2 Years from a almost stock forester SF5 to something hat gave a lot of people a good surprise on the track. Time for the next project. If any wants or needs any parts yell out I’ll list them all up in the Coming weeks
  3. Can you get integrated ones like what the new outback’s have? We have them and thing they are excellent. The bars fold away when not in use. The rear bar has two positions to choose from from almost the very back to around the back passenger door. They are thinner but every mounting unit I had already has a set of brackets that fit perfectly. Have used the Thule bike racks, roof box SUP carrier ski racks and no complaints at all. People overseas really load these things up too when they go camping. Personally if I had my own outback I’d go for this set up over have other racks now
  4. So someone local managed to pay and grab it yesterday so it’s all gone. Thanks@subru and@inked for the offers.
  5. Yeah will be based out of wellington for some time from about may/june. Ill send you a PM once I can confirm it Yeah he said it was fitted to his BE legacy though so I'm just getting the length checked as I'm not sure it will fit the BR Legacy I have yet. Otherwise bloody good deal
  6. Hey welly people! Anyone be able to pick up a brace and hold on to it for about 1-2 months or ship it to Christchurch for me? I’m moving up in may so can get it then otherwise I can pay for you to send it south if you don’t want to hold on to it. The brace is in upper hurt. Let me know and looking forward to meeting up with some welly Subaru people in the coming months.
  7. No excuse for her she has a 2017 outback for a daily which is just wide she just mounts the bloody kerbs in that thing though [emoji849]
  8. Not me but my wife. Another reason I won’t be going back to “stretched” look. No mag protection. Wife said she was scared to come home to tell me
  9. De-badged the back of the legacy and then gave it a full cut and polish and wax. Also cleaned up the headlights. Was going to go out and get some photos today but it’s bloody raining now!
  10. Haha not thinking about the value thinking about a new car and always wanted one new and untouched. I’m pretty convinced they will still bring them in for at least the next few years though.
  11. might be time for me to buy a new one then??? hmmmm
  12. That’s just for the UK market though. They will continue to sell in other markets were the demand is still there.
  13. Tempted to make the trip up from chch for this. Anyone else from the South Island planning to go
  14. Manually engage at the lights in the BR or traffic jam and then just power away when needed. The outback is awesome In traffic jam just let it deal with the traffic and it stops and starts as needed
  15. Ah na that’s different again. You can engage the park brake anytime when stopped and it will hold position in drive till you add power. If you select hill assist will do it anytime that hill assist has been left on I also think it needs some sort of incline as well for that one to work. Wife’s new outback has stop start and eye sight cruise control. When cruise control is selected and it brings car tot a stop it engages the park brake until power is added or up is selected to tell cruise control to continue tracking the vehicle in front.