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    Hi Everyone! New advice for a Newbie with a Subie?

    Awesome Terry! Yes, I hope I can get something similar. Thanks for sharing. Jesse
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    Hi Everyone! New advice for a Newbie with a Subie?

    Thanks for the tips/ideas everyone! I've learned a lot in a couple weeks now, most importantly... Subaru changed the factory rails bars on the 2020! Yakima jetstream bars were recommended to me by a rack dealer...we looked them up, and they haven't made anything yet for the 2020! Other brands...
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    Newbie w/ Subie Outback. RTT on Thule Evo Wingbars w/ Hideaway Awning. Thoughts?

    Thanks. Welll, I've learned a lot more in the last couple weeks. I went to a rack dealer to inquire about the Thule bars. He convinced me that that wasn't the best option, since they attach to the flimsy factory rails, and wouldn't be much more support. He suggested Yakima jetstream because they...
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    Newbie w/ Subie Outback. RTT on Thule Evo Wingbars w/ Hideaway Awning. Thoughts?

    Hello, I'm excited and new to this overland community, and to learn as much as I can. My wife and I have done a little ground camping a coupe of times, but have decided we absolutely want to get more into overlanding and follow our adventurous spirit! However, we are brand new at this, and have...
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    Hi Everyone! New advice for a Newbie with a Subie?

    Thanks for the info Kent! I'll check out these forms for sure. Driftwood Saddleback
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    Advice for Newbie with a Subie! Thule Evo Outback

    Thanks. I'll check into this Yakima rack. How wide is it? 50" + for my tent and some accessories? That looks like a Waterport...on my list of goodies to get too. Thank you, Driftwood Saddleback
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    Hi Everyone! New advice for a Newbie with a Subie?

    Hello, I'm excited to be a part of this overland community, and to learn as much as I can. My wife and I have done a little ground camping a coupe of times, but have decided we absolutely want to get more into overlanding and follow our adventurous spirit! However, we are brand new at this, and...