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  1. Hey all, Recently I've been considering getting a hitch for my car, a 98 legacy outback. It may sound stupid, but I want one for the sole purpose of having a spare tire carrier on the back of the car (cause off-road, brah) so it doesn't need to be wired or haul anything more than a forester steelie. My only worry is, and I'm hoping someone has experience with this, are there hitches out there that don't require drilling, but does anyone know if those claims are true? I've only seen one or two of these cars with a hitch. Also, mine is a late build 98, so the charcoal canister is right on the rear frame like a 99. Would this interfere? Thanks! EDIT: and how trustworthy is UHAUL? I work in a shop and have seen more than one horrific, scary, poor quality, and downright dangerous trailer wiring job done by them, but can they just put a hitch on for me if it requires drilling or something?
  2. Get your Subaru hitched for Valentines Day! Now through Feb. 14, 2016 - Get $25 off your Subaru hitch plus free shipping, get the details here: http://torkliftcentral.com/rving-and-towing/ecohitch/subaru EcoHitch Details: Completely concealed design - only receiver is visible 100 percent bolt-on installation - no drilling required Engineered to meet stringent national SAE J684 towing safety standards Rated for 350 pounds tongue weight, 3,500 pounds towing weight Available in 1 1/4-inch and 2-inch receivers Designed to complement the aerodynamic contours and underbody airflow of vehicle Manufactured with high impact powder coat Material can include a qualified combination of aerospace grade aluminum, stainless steel or steel* Eco-friendly, made with recycled materials Lightweight Free shipping to lower 48 states Made in U.S.A Lifetime Warranty *Depending on the application, the product can include a combination of up to three qualified materials
  3. I'm looking for a trailer hitch for my 2006 Impreza Outback (I want to use a bike carrier). I just got a Class II trailer hitch with a 1 1/4" receiver from a tractor supply store and when I took this to my mechanic to get it installed, they told me this was for an Impreza and not an Impreza Outback. So do they make trailer hitches for 2006 Impreza Outbacks? Thanks for anyone's help.
  4. TorkliftCentral

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    Torklift Central now has EcoHitches available for the following Subaru models: Outback http://torkliftcentral.com/ecohitch/subaru/ecohitch_outback.php Impreza http://torkliftcentral.com/ecohitch/subaru/ecohitch_impreza.php Legacy http://torkliftcentral.com/ecohitch/subaru/ecohitch_legacy.php Forester 2009-2013 http://torkliftcentral.com/ecohitch/subaru/ecohitch_forester.php Forester 2014 http://torkliftcentral.com/ecohitch/subaru/ecohitch_forester_2014.php Crosstrek XV http://torkliftcentral.com/ecohitch/subaru/ecohitch_xvcrosstrek.php All hitches are 100% hidden behind the bumper and require no drilling or modifications to the vehicle. Hitches are fabricated in Kent, WA and have free shipping to the lower 48 states. More information about these hitches can be found at the link provided. http://torkliftcentral.com/ecohitch/subaru/
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