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post #46 of 58 (permalink) Old 03-16-2019, 09:33 AM
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Man you have just solved our dilemma! Wanted the Touring Model, did not want all the Chrome . Like the Sport, But not the Orange (although paintable fix I guess).
Wanted a Black exterior but then body color door handles would be needed. On ur white I actually like the Chrome door handles as a little bling to the mellow white, not liking so much on a black exterior . May change mind on exterior color now to white. Ur Forester is one of the sharpest I have seen, thanks so much for sharing!

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post #47 of 58 (permalink) Old 04-08-2019, 08:25 PM
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Love the car there, great pics of Yosemite, etc …. Where did you get those graphics? Wife loves them...she said just needs a bear someplace ….

Went "just looking" today, bought / traded up to white '19 Sport, we like the orange-ish-red accents. She wants to know … seriously, about graphics.


...and do have a Safe Trip!
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Piece between the tail lights??

Did you order the Sport's trim black piece that goes between the tail lights? Or did you paint it or something?
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post #49 of 58 (permalink) Old 06-04-2019, 02:39 PM
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^^

He posted that it is a vinyl wrap.
https://www.subaruforester.org/vbull...ml#post7492341
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I know that someone asked already BUT how hard was the install of the Sport Grill? Did you install it yourself? I avoided doing this on my 2015 OB Ltd and used Plasticote instead BUT I never liked the rubbery finish that the spray-on resulted in.......

I think I'll be investigating how much the same wrap job might cost here in NH when my Green Touring is delivered.....

Sweet look........gotta get rid of the chrome look!

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That looks great!
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I know that someone asked already BUT how hard was the install of the Sport Grill? Did you install it yourself? I avoided doing this on my 2015 OB Ltd and used Plasticote instead BUT I never liked the rubbery finish that the spray-on resulted in.......

I think I'll be investigating how much the same wrap job might cost here in NH when my Green Touring is delivered.....

Sweet look........gotta get rid of the chrome look!

Steve
Did this mod yesterday on my 16 year old daughter's 2019 Forester. If memory serves there are 12-14 push tabs to take out to remove the bumper for the 4(?) hidden screws holding the grill in place. It took us about 30 minutes in total to remove bumper, change grills, and reinstall bumper. We did watch a youtube video of how to do it before we started. https://youtu.be/iZTY1RYX8kg

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post #53 of 58 (permalink) Old 06-19-2019, 05:43 AM
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I know that someone asked already BUT how hard was the install of the Sport Grill? Did you install it yourself? I avoided doing this on my 2015 OB Ltd and used Plasticote instead BUT I never liked the rubbery finish that the spray-on resulted in.......
I've also done this. Pretty easy. The directions tell you to drop the front bumper. But if your arms are not huge, you can get down to the 2 screws at the bottom no problem. Before you install the new grill, thread in the screws to tap the bottom holes. This will save you straining to get them in while your arm is being scratched up by the hood release ;)
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post #54 of 58 (permalink) Old 06-19-2019, 11:31 AM
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Although it was mentioned that the tires were BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 225/65/17, does anyone know what wheels they are on?
They look like Motegi Racing MR141, but I'm not too sure. Does look sweet.

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Although it was mentioned that the tires were BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 225/65/17, does anyone know what wheels they are on?
They look like Motegi Racing MR141, but I'm not too sure. Does look sweet.

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In post #33, he states that they were the MR141's.

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post #56 of 58 (permalink) Old 06-19-2019, 01:46 PM
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Damn, right there, how the heck did I miss that. Thanks

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Man that is sharp, what is that badge on the tailgate on the right.
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Man that is sharp, what is that badge on the tailgate on the right.
The Subaru badge of ownership.

https://www.badgeofownership.com/UI/dist/
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