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    Outback 2nd gen H6 3.0

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  1. **Subaru Outback H6 3.0 AWD Lux Pack** 2001 51 registered MOT until 21/11/2019 Green metallic with grey 163k miles Full Service History with receipts file All original manuals present Mechanically sound, gearbox and engine in excellent condition Beige heated leather interior, no wear on front seats (covers used) Some age related marks, no major bodywork issues or excessive rust. Rare car with the 3.0 H6 Auto & Lux Pack, high spec example. Drives very well and if regularly serviced will last years. Twin sunroof works perfectly Cruise control fully working Heated windscreen VDC option Winter tyres with good tread Full cat back custom stainless steel exhaust, sound good and not too loud All speakers upgraded to focal components No p/x or swaps. Private sale. Please contact 07789210399 to view. Sent from my SM-N950F using Tapatalk
  2. After the winter grime she has been gathering, I gave the old girl some TLC as follows: Autoglym bodywork shampoo Megs wax and polish Megs Plast-RX (worked wonders on the rear) Megs tyre gel Some pics to show how well she cleaned up Sent from my SM-N950F using Tapatalk
  3. Thanks@WideSam I'd like to find some concave or deep dish alloys for the H6, but they seem a rare addition and the common choice is 5 spoke or multi spoke flat wheels. I like the way these sorts of wheels sit on the car, probably because I've always had German cars. Sent from my SM-N950F using Tapatalk
  4. Hello, I'm looking for some wheels forbwhen the weather improves. Currently on stock 16s. What is the biggest wheel size I can fit on the H6 without altering suspension set up or arches? Also I want to improve the stance on the stock wheels, can you fit spacers and longer bolts to the standard set up? Thanks Sent from my SM-N950F using Tapatalk
  5. I had the Sound system upgraded. New toys installed, as follows: 1. Alpine double din head unit W325BT with advanced bluetooth; 2. Focal component speakers and tweets all round; 3. Pioneer 10" active sub and integrated amp in the back; and 4. Sound deadening installed throughout the rear. A great job by Audio Images in BD1, highly recommended. Sounds crisp and perfect for my music/hands free phone needs. Only the deep bass is audible from outside with the (tapered) windows closed. I'll post pics when possible. Sent from my Note8 using Tapatalk Sent from my SM-N950F using Tapatalk
  6. Had the seatbelts replaced today. The original beige belts were frayed and potentially unsafe if ever needed. So swapped for black belts from another H6. Rocker cover gasket to be done to address an oil leak, as well as the caliper sliding bolt on the offside rear. 10" Sub and amp on order to improve sound quality and give it some deep bass and component speakers being considered. Next week: HID kit. Overall the H6 is going well, fun to drive and has already been used to shift a wardrobe and 8ft whiteboard to the new premises. Definitely a multi skilled machine! Sent from my SM-N950F using Tapatalk
  7. Yes definitely important to use proper trolley jacks. The tyres were fitted at my regular tyre supplier. He has a good stock of high quality german part worn winter imports and I've put them on my last 3 BMWs (One 5 series & two 7 series) - makes a world of difference esp when averages are below 6deg C. Looking fwd to see how they perform when the really wintry stuff hits. We've already had our first (very light) dusting of snow last week so only a matter of time. Sent from my SM-N950F using Tapatalk
  8. Winters going on now. Matching Michelin Cross Climate on the front axle and Nokian Weatherproof's on the rear. Next up: Wheel refurb Sub/amp and focal components HiD conversion Tints (still mulling over this one) Sent from my SM-N950F using Tapatalk
  9. Thank you. Great advice [emoji106] Sent from my SM-N950F using Tapatalk
  10. Thanks Jay. Im thinking part worn winters in these wheels, refurb myself then a bigger set of wheels in Spring... Sent from my SM-N950F using Tapatalk
  11. Hey guys, Bought this lovely Outback H6 2nd Gen a few weeks back, my first ever Subaru. Always been a BMW man. Very impressed with it so far, the autobox with the 3.0 flat six boxer engine & AWD make it perfect for this time of year. Also we had our first sprinkling of snow this morning and the heated windscreen & seats are excellent. I took it down to Reading a couple of weeks ago and back to Yorkshire, it performed faultlessly and mpg was not too bad. I'm yet to do a brim to brim calculation but it seems it was high 20s overall. Fitted a new custom made exhaust system post cat with a 5" rolled end. It burbles nicely and not too loud at motorway speeds. Now then, wheel options... stick with stock and bigger winter tyres or change them? They are diamond cut/polished so a refurb will be £££. If change then to what? Any suggestions welcome! Mega Sent from my SM-N950F using Tapatalk