erykmynn wrote:why are they also, always the slowest passenger cars to end up behind on a mountain road.
MoapaPk wrote:Twice while driving my outback on good gravel roads, I've come across jeeps lying on their sides, on the outside edges of curves. I'm sure these folks were driving much faster than I would on such roads, but they apparently also had a poorer understanding of the limits of their vehicles (and physics).
MoapaPk wrote:Folks who have the older (or Aussie) Foresters with the full-sized spare:
Did Subaru rotate the full-sized spare in with the rest of the wheels during the scheduled maintenance?
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Scott wrote:Just got a new Outback (with the CVT transmission). We missed our Subaru too much after trading in our Forester back in 2007. Other vehicles we had/had just aren't the same in snow country.
Have you taken it on rough roads yet?
Will a full-sized spare fit in the spare compartment?
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