Subaru owners: Let's see your expedition rigs!

freshlikesushi

Free Candy
tire, lift, skid plates, roof rack extension, arb awning, rear drawer setup, hot water system, bullbar/lightbar, plenty of lighting, and of course a shovel
 
Can hardly wait for the few feet of snow left to melt so we can get out in the woods again. Hoping to do some shorter adventures close to home base this year, and maybe do a trip to Cape Breton this summer.

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machine1

Explorer
A couple of pics from our Soft Roaders event last weekend:

DSC_0003 by machinecrewchief, on Flickr

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Here we are front row (mostly):

IMG_1582 by machinecrewchief, on Flickr
 

Highlander

The Good Shepherd
Hello folks,

Do you think Subaru Outback (2008-2012 models) with manual gearbox would be a good fit for Latin America expeditions, like in Patagonia, Chile, Argentina?
Is it reliable enough to take such a trip?

If it is so, which model would recommend me for this kind of job?

Thank you.
 

libarata

Expedition Leader
As long as you have all of your maintenance done, why not? Just be mindful of clearance, and keep her cool.
 

Hondaslayer

Adventurer
Manual trans is going to pretty much limit you to a base model. Subaru likes to do silly things like that. "Oh? You like leather, sunroof and the McIntosh stereo? But you want to row your own gears? :lol: "
 
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