LimitedTimeOnly
limitedtimeonly
12/5/19
9:07 AM
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I’ve seen that there are a variety of ways to construct sleeping platforms, of course, and yours is a nice simple one that doesn’t sacrifice headroom. Read more

12/4/19
4:18 PM
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Sure, money, but go play in the mud post-purchase anyway, it’s worth it!

12/4/19
3:22 PM
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I feel like I’ve had to relearn this lesson (several times) this year, and I fully agree about the paper being deceptive and the kindling not really having enough mass.

12/4/19
12:59 PM
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I’ve been using a Harbor Freight 150 psi compressor hooked up to the car battery for tires regularly for 3 years, it’s been perfect and doesn’t take up much space. It also can travel so if you air down tires for off-road shenanigans and then need to air up again, it’s right there.

12/4/19
12:41 PM
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I haven’t tried, but I’m pretty certain that reclining the front set would not get fully flat given the height of the rear seat cushion.

12/4/19
9:17 AM
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After it moved around I found that there was a bit more it could be clamped . . . and it still moved around. You’re right, the Subaru cross-bars shape doesn’t match real well with the clamps.

12/4/19
9:09 AM
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I will say that with a better approach angle I wouldn’t have had to be anywhere nearly as careful and slow as I was on the rough parts, but clearly the Outback can tackle a lot of experiences that Overlanders seek out. I wouldn’t drive it to Peru, but it works for me.

12/3/19
4:40 PM
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Seems like I’d have to give this serious consideration if I was forced to replace my GTI for some reason. I’d also have to take another look at the Civic Si, since that car has done rather well at autocross, although I don’t much like the style. Read more

11/26/19
5:02 PM
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I am a bit surprised by the low Corvette count, and in particular the C5 Corvette, and even more in particular the C5 Z06 Corvette. Read more

11/26/19
4:56 PM
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This is exactly what I was wondering when I went in and sorted on model (and got quickly re-sorted by someone else, likely you, sorry about that). Read more

11/26/19
4:22 PM
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I also like these. When I was in full #overland dream-mode earlier this year I looked into these. I like them as a straightforward conversion that basically is easily reversible or can move to another vehicle, as opposed to cutting off the roof as Tim and Kelsey of Dirt Sunrise did. Read more

11/25/19
8:11 PM
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Oh, that sucks. Me and the wife are gonna be destroyed when our guy passes on. Hang in there.