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Yeah, that combo is nice, but $1200.I'll probably wait and see about the Primitive lift kit then. I'm out of the country until mid April anyway, maybe it'll be available by then.
Do you know if Primitive is also going to have a skid plate available soon? LP Aventure's skid plate requires a front bumper guard. It's $$$$$.
Not necessarily as there are rally style wheels that should fit - expensive though I think. "Method" are an example: https://www.subaruforester.org/vbulletin/f72/all-new-15-method-trail-series-mr701-786767/
I was looking at the Subie skid plates too, but no info on thickness. How thick was the alu one?Yeah, that combo is nice, but $1200.
The Primitive kits are almost ready. Keirsten says they are just waiting on the King Springs. She thinks a couple more weeks. I am trying to get a price.
Primitive has the mid $180 and rear $110 skid plates, but no front yet. I actually am using the Subaru OEM alum skid plate $145 and i like it a lot. They have a black steel plat for $100.
I've got the Falken Wildpeak AT3W on my current vehicle and I'm a big fan of them. Unfortunately, there's not a size to match up with the Forester. And I'm opposed to the BFGs.I would like to get Falken AT Wildpeaks