Discussion in 'General Subaru Discussion' started by EricS, Aug 7, 2014.
New member of our family on the way back from Wisconsin, welcome Lucy Mae!
Gettin ready for snow.
What kind of rack is that? I'm a fan of those
Its a Curt roof basket on the factory roof bars. Got the basket through Jegs for around $120 free shipping and in two days.
Plumbing stuff for the house. Not big enough to need the Burb.
You need to invest in a square shovel, unless you are digging "trenches"
Gotta have a way to bury your #2 if your car breaks down and you're stuck in the wilderness for days, don't want the predators tracking you down jk
Why does the car have to break down to bury yor #2?
Why do you even have a #2?
I may have read Eric's original post wrong, I may have read it as burying your significant other instead of your deuce lol
Free project canoe!
Yes I think so!
I bet it's like a huge air skeg!
It did pull a bit!
Transporting this b**** around the other day.
Brought Lucy to the in-laws today, in 6 weeks she's gone from 8 lbs to 25!
Wasn't today but...
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The cat had diarrhea. Awesome.
Agency power headers, up pipe and I just got my engine back from a rebuild
I've been there, have fun
Helped my friend move some couches a couple weeks ago when it was still nice out!
Also, I found out that ski/snowboard racks are equally good at carrying 2x4's.
License sticker for my trailer.
Fish house and gear
Got this for free.
carried my bike to the local ice rink
That looks dangerous @J.Rex
New kitchen for you @phi11 ?
I like to live life dangerously
He lets E ride it over him for fun
This was back in September and I had to check the weight limit for this one. I put 850lbs of Hardwood flooring in my wife's 2003 Forester XS.
Drove from Mendota Heights to Rochester. It turned out nice once I pulled it out of the Subaru truck.
Made a few good scores recently.
Everything is better with a wagon. That's a twin size inflatable mattress.
Awesome! This spring, I'm going to buy one of those tents that has an opening for a hatch back, small suv. It has elastic bands on one side that go around the rear of the car.
Hauled my friend's new 65 inch TV in the Outback, fit in the back with the seats down like it was made for it.
Before I crashed her. Boundary Waters trip mid September. Snowbank put in.
Leaving the cabin when we went to Snowbank two summers ago.