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Old 08-19-2015, 08:03 PM   #1
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New Rv ,Old toad

So I just bought a 2015 Precept and then picked up a 2000 Subaru Outback in excellent condition as my Toad.
Any advice???
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I hope the Subaru is a stick shift! We have a 2014 and can't tow it four down. We bought it before we bought the coach, so we now tow a Honda Element. My understanding is that the older Subaru manual transmission tow great. We've been looking for an older Forester to replace the Honda Element, but we're still stuck with the '14 Outback unfortunately.
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Pretty much any Subi with a manual tranny can be towed 4 down with no modifications needed. Just put in neutral, emergency brake off, and ignition switched to the "acc" position.
You cannot tow a Subi with an automatic, at all, no 4 down, and no dolly. Must be trailered.
We tow a 2013 Subi Crosstrek, 4 down, with no problems at all. Almost 8000 miles now, with many more to come. Our personal preference, would not own anything but a Subi. Between wife and I, 6 Subie's since 1997.
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