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June 23, 2016, 11:40 PM #25

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Ended up tightening the extension for the plate today. Took off 1.4 inches, re drilled and tapped. Now she's perfect and I can space if I ever wanted.

The shipping companies came with goodies today!!! Thule Base Rack system and a Yakima Box and some other little goodies. Did a rough fit and assembly tonight. Final fitting and mounting tomorrow. Will have to see if it will fit in the garage with the basket.




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    June 24, 2016, 09:11 AM #26

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    More pictures of that bungee cord system for your cargo box please. Right now my cargo box is on the top shelf of my shed and I have to haul it out and onto my car like a caveman.

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        looking good Colby!
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          I love the direction this build is going, sub'd  :)

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            Originally posted by Zach1
            I love the direction this build is going, sub'd  :)
            I think you mean subi'd
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              Originally posted by Igor
              Nice!
              Originally posted by Ctown8
              looking good Colby!
              Originally posted by Zach1
              I love the direction this build is going, sub'd  :)
              Thanks guys, had to insure it today... there goes $2,500 for PST. There goes my tire and wheel fund, its not a cost that snuck up on me but a ****ty one. Build is going to slow down a bit from here until I can recoup the bank account. Next up is Tires and Wheels. Possibly Enkeis or Sparcos at this point. Method wont custom colour for me :( they already have black in their arsenal, they wont do it in a 17 though :(

              Originally posted by themikewoo
              More pictures of that bungee cord system for your cargo box please. Right now my cargo box is on the top shelf of my shed and I have to haul it out and onto my car like a caveman.
              Here you go -



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                  Why did you choose the Thule cross members but the Yakima rack?

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                    June 25, 2016, 11:58 AM #34

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                    Originally posted by themikewoo
                    Why did you choose the Thule cross members but the Yakima rack?

                    Was originally looking at the new Yakima Timberline and Yakima Jetstreams for my base system. After some research the profile of the rack sat an inch and a bit higher than the Thule. In addition I got a better price with the Thule then Yakima. It's not that price was an issue, it was just nice to save a few $$.

                    Lower profile, proven design, lower cost

                    Yakima Loadwarrior to the Thule Cargo Basket is a no brainer. The Yakima is much more versatile, aggressive and battle ready :P

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                      June 25, 2016, 12:45 PM #35

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                      I miss my Yakima rack that was on my Civic. My suggestion to you is take off the rack ever spring and clean it from the salt from the snow. After years the finish is done.

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                        Originally posted by themikewoo
                        I miss my Yakima rack that was on my Civic. My suggestion to you is take off the rack ever spring and clean it from the salt from the snow. After years the finish is done.
                        Thanks, Ill keep that in mind for this spring.

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                        As mentioned earlier its time to slow down this build a bit, need to save for wheels and tires. Method wont paint a set of their 17s black for me and I dont want to powder 5 new wheels. Sooo, next up is picking a wheel. Tires are still open to consideration since the G015 Geolander is new with not many reviews

                        A few I have been fighting between
                        Enkei M52 - 20lbs
                        Enkei Kojin - 19.5lbs
                        Method MR501 - Style I'm wanting, but heavy - 24lbs
                        Motegi MR131 TrakLite - 16.7lbs
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                          I wonder how this would look with like 15' rims and duratrac tires . Saw a cargo van once with fat little duratracs on it and thought it looked cool.


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                            What width / offset you looking at?

                            Also @Hilux has some method 502s

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                              Originally posted by Madbuzz41
                              I wonder how this would look with like 15' rims and duratrac tires . Saw a cargo van once with fat little duratracs on it and thought it looked cool.
                              Originally posted by dano
                              What width / offset you looking at?

                              Also @Hilux has some method 502s
                              15's will add a ton of rotational mass to the tires/wheels and reduce effeciency... I realize A/T's arent helping the case but I wont be doing any full offoading where ill need the sidewall height.

                              Stock is a 18x7+48 approx 25lbs per wheel and 30/tire. Ideally a 17x7.5 +40-45 or a 17x8 +35. If I can get down to 19lbs/wheel and 33lbs/tire, that'll save 3lbs per corner and may counter the ineffeciencies of the A/T tread pattern.

                              Yea Ive seen those, the 502's are to closed for my liking... gonna build up with snow in the winters. I'm wanting a beefy open spoke agressive wheel, like a rally/gravel wheel.

                              Currently thinking the Yokohama Geolandar A/T-G015 or the Toyo Open Country A/T-II in a 235/65R17 for some rubber. 1" taller than stock and .5" wider.
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                                  Here sooner than thought, the 3D Floor liners. After a bunch of research I concluded, Weathertechs don't have great coverage and slip around, Huskys have amazing coverage but look cheap and can possibly damage carpet, both Huskys and Weathertechs become slippery when wet too which could be dangerous. I settled on the 3D's which have middle of the range coverage, and won some awards at Sema IIRC. They are incredibly light, they feel like foam but seem durable. The base is a stiff nylon bristle type material. They grab like Velcro without the hook and loops. No damage to carpet but 0 chance of moving. They look great in the vehicle as well. The rear liner covers the hump for the driveshaft.  They may need a little bit of shifting to settle in but it's a 99% perfect fit for the "custom fit" to which I've heard aren't always perfect with the Weathertechs. 10/10 would recommend, price is a bit up there though :(



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                                    Costco also sells some sort of beefy winter mats. Never heard of this 3D company, will have to do some research.

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                                      Ended up adding some Supertones. The stock horns are pretty wimpy, one is buried in the fender and the other is out front. I did some measuring up and drew up a Bow tie for mounting. Cut it, painted it, got the horns, painted the grills, got wiring and made a mini harness. I was cheap and ran 18 gauge. Hopefully, nothing burns down; as long as I'm not on the horn for 2 minutes I don't think there will be an issue.

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                                          So its been a bit. Since the Hellas, Ive disconnected the OEM DRLS, wiredup the LED C-Lights as my new drls with the ability to manually turn them off as to not drain the battery. A pinstripe has been added to the inset in the front bumper. Compustar antenna was moved and hidden. Winters are in and ready to go when it actually gets cold. And there is a pile of stuff at the border to pick up... more to come soon

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                                            As the weekend unfolded an unlikely turn of events it left me with a bit of time to get what I needed to done before my friends got back from the states trip that I was supposed to be on. I left my parcels at the border and had them scoop it to save me the taxes and duty since they were the >48 hours.

                                            A few weeks ago my tire/rim deal had a falling out and left me with no winters. After searching I found PMC tire in Quebec. Great prices, Fast Shipping, and local, so no duty or exchange. Decided on the Bridgestone Blizzak WS80's in a 235/65R17, the tire is an inch and a bit taller than stock and .75ish wider. Actual differnce for driving is 3% for speedo. 100 is now 103. I wasnt ready to break the bank and settled on Fast Seven wheels, nothing fancy and I honestly didnt like them at the time... they were cheap, alloy, light(er) and had an open spoke pattern to clear snow. After physically seeing them and mounting, they almost have that aggressive rally feel IMO. The gunmetal isnt so bad either.

                                            They showed up while is was removing the splash guards under the bumper. The Diode Dynamics XML2 H11 bulbs were plug and play. They are about twice as bright for measured output... I dont care what the packaging says, these things are phenomenal best $120 spent on the car yet. Ill get some night shots eventually this week. 


                                            Following the fogs i started installing the vent LED DRL. These were a JDM option that wasnt in US. The OEM JDM are 5 LED, these chinese eBay ones are 7 I think? they needed a bit of dremeling to get a perfect fit but well worth it. When I rewired the clearance lights I left a pigtail to tie into for these. Install was relitively easy, pop out plastic piece, run wires through, hook up, snap in. Alternativly you can remove the bumper and add two screws... not needed for how snug these are.

                                            With the parcels were some detailing products, namely Wolfgang Deep Gloss Sealant 3.0. Supposdly 6 month life expectancy, $30 for a big bottle, goes on easy, wipes off easier. only down side is it takes 12 hours for the polymer to cure. I decided to test it on the new winter wheel set up for the forester. The sealant really does pull the gloss out of the finish. Here are a few shots after the night of install.



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                                              I like the look of the tread on those tires. Looks rather aggressive
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                                              I'm not a fan of blowing for a long time anyways ; )


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                                                  October 25, 2016, 09:49 AM #49

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