It has been awhile since I updated this thread. My Outback has some goodies coming its way.
1)Orbis Overland rack wings
2)Orbis Overland Molle panels for the driver’s door and behind rear seats
3)brackets to mount my traction boards to the basket
4)has an appointment for paint correction
To answer your question about my trailing arms, they are from Rallitek. This car pretty much has most if not all of their setup/products for this gen.
I know that Clutchfield is knowledgeable but they do not have much in stock at the moment.
Thank you for the compliment on my build.
In terms of my head unit, I am finding that it is on the complex side since it is a Harman Kardon with Navigation so I need to install several harnesses to make things work.
As for Rallitek rock sliders, I love them. They are on the spendy side but...
Currently this Outback has everything that Rallitek can offer for it but there is no telling what they will be developing next. While I am waiting, I am currently working on other things with it.
I have had my ham license for 3 years now. Recently I added a GMRS license as well...
Very nice build with your Subie. Over the years, I have been working on my Outback. It has shown that it is capable. My small disadvantage, in comparison to the Crosstrek or Forester, is how long it is back there but it gets around.
Thank you, ☺️ The topographic portion was designed by a professional vinyl graphics designer who owns a company in Portland, OR. The mountain, stars, and trees were designed by a good friend of mine.
The graphics turn heads everywhere that the car goes.
I currently own a lifted Subaru Outback 2.5i that I overland throughout the Pacific Northwest. Subarus can be capable for mild to moderate overlanding. When I first thought about overlanding my Outback, I put a lot of thought into what needs to be done. I used a combination of OEM, Suabru...