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Unread 27th June 2017, 07:49 PM
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Long time reader, time to start my build journal!

My 2007 Manual X Forester:

Currently with:
  • 1" SublieLift OZ Spacers
  • 1" Raised King Springs
  • 215/65/16 Geolander G015 AT/S
  • SubaXtreme Sump Guard
  • SubaXtreme Early SG Bullbar
  • SubaXtreme Rear Bar with Spare Wheel & Jerry Can Carriers










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Unread 27th June 2017, 08:36 PM
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Resize your images before uploading them. 800x600/900x600 or 1024x768/1200x800 work well.

Faststone Viewer is free and works.

I can delete the photos in your post if you want to try again ... .
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Unread 27th June 2017, 09:06 PM
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As RB said, we can delete or resize the images if you want. Under windows I often use "Send" to email where you can chose amongst various sizes as an attachment then save it in that form. Once saved as a 600x600 you can load the image into "Pictures & Albums" under "User CP" then using Advanced Post you can insert the image into the post e.g.

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Unread 28th June 2017, 05:05 AM
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It's all done, just resized in Photoshop and re-uploaded the images to my server!

Cheers
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Unread 28th June 2017, 06:02 AM
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Well done! I noticed that a couple of hours ago.
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Unread 28th June 2017, 06:25 AM
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Yep - nothing better to do in my lunch break

Going to be doing a engine swap in the next month, got the almighty head gaskets leaking, and when doing 50,000km/year currently, and 250xxx already on the engine, I got a low km 100,200km engine to drop in
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Well the Foz now has a new rebuilt 102xxxkm Engine in it because the original engine had serverly leaking head gaskets, and was starting to get on in the terms of kms.

Also counting my lucky cards, as I have managed to pickup a rare fabled Subaxtreme Rear Bar with Dual Carriers!
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Looks great! Keen to hear youre thoughts on the single inch of lift after having it on this long? Not wishing you'd come gone more? I ask because that lift a slightly bigger tyre is my current plan.
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managed to pickup a rare fabled Subaxtreme Rear Bar with Dual Carriers!
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Looks great! Keen to hear youre thoughts on the single inch of lift after having it on this long? Not wishing you'd come gone more? I ask because that lift a slightly bigger tyre is my current plan.
I bought a 2" Lift Kit in total, but didn't have the King Springs installed at the time of making the first post. Currently running:

1" SubieLift OZ Spacers
1" Raised King Springs
215/65/16 Yokohoma Geolander G015 AT/S
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