Build Breakdown

I purchased my 2004 Subaru Outback L.L. Bean Edition May 31st of 2018. I never once thought this car would bring me to new places, add many new friends to my life, and become a huge part of my life. I wanted to create a build break down to highlight the main aspects of the car in hopes that others could use this information when working on their own build. *Links to products are within each image.

 
 

Rooftop Tent: Freespirit Recreation m49” Adventure Series

The GoFSR m49” tent was one of the first editions to the Outback. Having a rooftent has opened many possibilities to the places I go and the comfort I’m allowed. Setting up in 60 seconds is no joke. I’m able to stow my sleeping bags inside the tent even when I’m not using it. Full 360’ views and 4.5” of foam mattress make my campsite feel like home.

https://www.gofsr.com/product/adventure-series-m49-roof-top-tent/


Skid Plates: Rallitek

On any build, skidplates should be one of the first mods done. Skidplates allow peace of mind and major protection to the underside of your car. These skid plates have saved me big time when being off-road.

https://www.rallitek.com/offroad-skid-plates/5589-rallitek-front-skid-plate-legacy-outback-2000-2004-baja-2003-2006.html


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