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    tow points?

    Are there any tow points front or rear on the crosstrek? Would like to know if i ever get stuck i can hook up to someone else and get pulled out.

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    if you see front and back of bumper, there is a square shaped cover. if you pop that cover, you can screw mount the tow screw to tow other vehicle. Tow hook is in the Spare tire section.

    For more information check manual page Chapter 9-12. XV Manual is your bible and Best friend. Have great day

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    More likely you will be pulling someone else out using your tow hooks.

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    Since they currently dont have tow hooks specifically for a Crosstrek. Would ones for a WRX fit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iggy1361 View Post
    Since they currently dont have tow hooks specifically for a Crosstrek. Would ones for a WRX fit?
    the Tow hook is in your trunk~~~!!!!! where spare tire is stored~~~~ dont need to buy seperate hoook. please read the manual.

    Owner This is the link for manual.

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    I know there is a hook. I just like how the rally racing hooks look. And was wondering if one for a wrx is the same length as the crosstrek's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iggy1361 View Post
    I know there is a hook. I just like how the rally racing hooks look. And was wondering if one for a wrx is the same length as the crosstrek's
    Cusco Tow Hooks - K-Spec Racing - racing performance & tuning - air intakes, headers, exhaust, springs, coilovers, suspension
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iggy1361 View Post
    Thanks man! I guess my searching skills arent very good! lol
    That link shoots you to the front tow hook.
    There is a link on that same page for the rear variant.
    So apparently there is a difference.
    I too will want one of these in the future.

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