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Today 01:20 PM
Subguy58 after applying Nufinish once a year wax a couple of weeks back, took it to a do it yourself hand wash with soft brush this morning, to see how good she looks now, and she looks really good, dark forest green shines!
11-26-2014 11:17 PM
Blue Fox Replaced a bad A/C belt, topped off the oil, and drove it 450 miles. 192k+ miles and it still feel solid. (though, consuming oil)
11-24-2014 05:38 AM
chong Noticed the passenger side headlight was out on Friday night. Decided to go ahead and replace both headlight bulbs. Hoping that's the last repair I have to do as we head into winter.
11-22-2014 07:04 PM
Wakawakawaka1 Finally got some mud and dirt on my wheels in Wharton State Forest.
11-22-2014 07:02 PM
AussiesFoz Clear coated my freshly painted side skirts and duckbill wing

11-22-2014 06:59 PM
Scoobie_newbie Put on my free set of junk yard special hub caps that I found at the transfer station.

Running a set of ancient 10 hole steel 16" wheels on my '15 Fozzie for winter. They don't look the best, but hey, I live in rural Vermont and it's winter and nobody really cares (including me). The hub caps make the wheels look a little nicer now (so I guess I do really care...LOL).
11-22-2014 06:46 PM
Originally Posted by TJLang View Post
Let my 17 tear old son drive it to the library and back.
one of the most nerve wracking things I have done in a long time.
YIKES! You have guts.........
11-22-2014 05:47 PM
Sc13nc3 Dipped the OEM grill matte black. Pics when it's not dark...
11-22-2014 05:07 PM
Rear WL SB

Installed a 22mm WhiteLine Rear Sway Bar with Moog heavy duty end links. Pretty straight forward install. Drove it locally on wet roads, feels a tad flatter with the rear end wanting to slide more. Looking forward to the next trip to the mtns to experience some higher speed turns.
11-22-2014 02:02 PM
SuberFanatic Installed wolverine oil pan heater. Ready for winter
11-21-2014 03:17 PM
TJLang Let my 17 tear old son drive it to the library and back.
one of the most nerve wracking things I have done in a long time.
11-18-2014 05:42 PM
Owyhee Forester
Weather Tech Floor Liners

Installed Weather Tech Floor Liners today.
11-18-2014 08:17 AM
seanbarg Finished my lighting conversion last night. At this point I have replaced everything but the fog light bulbs. These iPad pics are likely a little exaggerated but I'm worried the turn signals might be too bright and annoy other drivers.

-H9/9011 low/high headlight bulbs.
-Interior lights are 15 SMD LED panels (with smaller LEDs in the doors).
-Same 15 SMD panels were used for the license plate lights.
-Samsung 2835 15W LED turn signals and tail light bulbs. (with Flasher relay replacement)
-Cree LED Projector reverse lights.
-Parking/Side Marker lights are 5630 6 SMD LED bulbs which are very bright and give the front end a great look (note that no headlights were on in the pics, just these LEDs)

Overall I'm real pleased with how it all came out. And its easy to justify a lot of the bulb replacements for safety reasons.
11-17-2014 09:57 PM
Originally Posted by chong View Post
You need an iPhone5 or later running iOS 7.1 or later and you need to be running the latest firmware on the Pioneer unit. You should be able to nab the firmware here. After that is all done just plug the iPhone into USB1 on the Pioneer unit and CarPlay should launch:

Untitled by ch0ng, on Flickr
Yeah i finally updated my NEX last night and got CarPlay lol
11-17-2014 10:21 AM
Mojo68 Picked up my new to me 2005 Forester yesterday. She is in the shop getting a tune up. Putting on the plates and going for a first drive today.
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