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This is a discussion on ---<{{{The Official Wagon Thread}}}>--- within the Exterior & Appearance forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; the latest from Mr Burnsie.... Jamie Wagons Rule!!...

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    the latest from Mr Burnsie....










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    Quote Originally Posted by e-man-wrx
    wagone: In short, the rack wasn't going to fit with the spoiler. They were fork mounts with the forks mounting just behind the front crossbar, so the rear wheels extend too far back and also would hit the gate. I looked at cutting some of the wheeltrays off, but then it would be too short for the mountain bikes... okay for the road bikes though.
    Rubber against the hatch is better than metal wheeltray scraping the hatch, but some people simply mount the trays and bikes backwards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarex
    Here's my wagon with my rig on the roof.
    There's nothing like biking on rough, dirty trails and coming back beat half to death.
    e-man-wrx, I found an example of reverse mounting on page 3 of this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTypeRogerX
    Rubber against the hatch is better than metal wheeltray scraping the hatch, but some people simply mount the trays and bikes backwards.
    Yeah it's functional, but I'm just not diggin' the look with bikes on the top.

    I just slide the rack as forward as I could, cut off what I needed and now thing work fine and look good.

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    Thanks WTypeRogerX, just when I thought I had scoured this thread... must have had wheels on my mind and skipped that photo mentally.

    I have considered the backwards mounting as well. I'm also looking at this solution too http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/showthread.php?t=218717 It relocates the front crossbar mounting points further forward and has a more minimal appearance with no crossbars sticking out the sides. It is nearly identical to how the Subaru E3610AS802 Upright Bike Trays mount to the flat crossbars, but replaces them with fork mounts.

    And Jarex definately has a nice set of wheels for his white wagon.

    Oh yeah, it wouldn't be right not to gush about SubieGalRacing's pictures... the top one with gravel and dirt flying looks awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-man-wrx
    Oh yeah, it wouldn't be right not to gush about SubieGalRacing's pictures... the top one with gravel and dirt flying looks awesome
    I agree, and must apologize for not saying something sooner. Great pics and great wagon!

    Makes me want to rally my wagon... or maybe not since I'm still making payments
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    Might as well add mine here!

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    mmmm, I like those 06 side skirts, it flows well with the rear bumper grooves
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    item moved to more appropriate thread... nothing to see here, move along
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    Finally got around to doing my rack install. I ended up with the following:
    Subaru Factory Crossbars
    Subaru Mounts
    Yakima Fork Mounts
    Yakima Fairing
    Cut down Yakima cross bar for front
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    Is the rack noisy? Mine on my '04 got roaringly loud
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    I tried it first without the fairing and anything 50 mph or above was very noisy! I was ready to take it off it was so bad. However, after I put the fairing on, the noise is very minimal, nearly the same as nothing at all.

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