Type: Posts; User: Cutlass
I do wish those Continentals came in a 16" size that would fit this car. But oh well.
So now you have to construct your lights from parts?
There's a 20mm sway bar for the 1st gen car available from Subaru parts or https://subaruonlineparts.com/subaru-crosstrek-rear-sway-20mm-p-3920.html
If you're using 17" stock wheels, try the Continental TerrainContact tires. They've gotten very good reviews.
Video of what it looks like working?
You could try the wheel selection option of the sponsor Discount Tire. Or one of their competitors. There are a lot of rims out there.
Where's the directions to change it?
How often should you replace the cabin air filter?
My car went to the dealer for the first service, only because I wanted to see what their operation was like. Didn't go back for another service. Then only for warranty work, which was twice.
Added new merit badges.
Taken pics to demonstrate what you mean?
Find what fuse it is and pull it those times?
I would invest in one of those folding reflecting sun screens for the windshield. It should have no effect on the Eyesight, as it doesn't go in front of that, and in any case is put out of the way...
You'd rebuild the transmission yourself? :shocked:
Green Mountain National Forrest. A few miles off the pavement, where all the roads end.
I was in Vermont for the weekend, so Longtrail.
The problem with selling a near-new car is that you are competing with new cars. So sometimes you really have to discount a lot to make it worth people's while. It's hard to get around this.
Is that 5 years or miles, whichever comes last?
Took the crossbars off and emptied it out, in preparation for packing for a week trip up north. Will load up and head out tomorrow.
That has been an issue with 100s of different models ever since the ignition-steering wheel interlock was invented. Never really been solved.
I looked at those rims as well, and might do them if I ever switch to a 16" tire.