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Today on our 2014 Subaru Outback Wagon, we're going to be taking a look at the Husky Liners WeatherBeater Front and Rear Floor Mats. These are in black. Part number HL99841. Now, here we've already got our driver's installed. As you can see, it contours perfectly to our vehicle. It's going to fit great in here.
Today in our 2014 Subaru outback wagon we're doing a test fit of the Carpod wall 23 by 47 cargo carrier. That part number is M2205, its designed to work with 2 inch hinges. So the first thing we're going to do is take a few measurements here, are ground clearance is going to be first. We are going to have about 17 and 1/4 inches of clearance overall for our vehicle we're adding about 31 and 3/4 inches and our closes point to our Outback will be here at our reyshank 00:42 and that's going to be about 2 and 1/4 inches away there. Now on our Subaru we have a single driver's side exhaust, it does come straight out and towards the ground down here, so we're not going to have any problems carrying heat sensative materials on our carrier since it heads directly towards the ground. Now unfortunately in this position we aren't able to access our back hatch area but if we take out our pins at each corner here, we'll remove those, we're able to set our sides all the way down for a more compact position. So leave those sitting up, we'll set our pins off to the side leave them somewhere where we won't lose them like our glove box or somewhere in our vehicle. We'll pull our strap through just underneath our bars here or sides here and then we are going to close those down and its just going to make it easier to pull out and secure our sides, so they don't move whenever we're driving down the road. Now in this position here we are able to access our back hatch area, we can get anything in or out that we may need, and we might be able to stand in between the carrier and the vehicle.
Today, on our 2016 Subaru Outback Wagon, we'll be taking a look at and installing the Hopkins Plugin Simple Vehicle Wiring Harness with four pole flat connector. Part number HM11143885. Here's what our wiring harness is going to look like once it's installed. Lift up that spare tire compartment. It'll be right here, the four pole flat trailer connector. That way, you can have any wiring that you need for your trailer lights or any accessories that you might want to put on.
Speaker: Today on our 2016 Subaru Outback wagon we will be taking a look at and installing the curt, custom fit class 3 trailer hitch receiver, part number C13206. Here's what our hitch is going to look like once it's installed on our vehicle. It's going to be nice and tucked up underneath the back end with that nice, round stock and fully welded design with black powder coat finish. It's going to help blend into the road and the undercarriage. It's going to have that 2 inch by 2 inch receiver tube opening here, fully welded plate steel design for the chain tie downs on either side, with a 5/8 pin hole going all the way through. Your max tongue weight on the end of your receiver tube is only going to be 600 pounds. With a total trailer weight and towing capacity of 4,000 pounds. With its nice, robust, sturdy design, it's going to last you a long time. Now we'll go ahead and give you a few measurements to assist you in selecting from hitch accessories. From the top of the receiver tube to the ground it's going to be about 15 1/4 inches.
Today on our 2014 Subaru Outback Wagon, we're doing a test fit of the Hollywood Racks Sport Rider SE2 platform style 2-bike rack. That part number is HR1450. We already have our bike loaded up. The first thing we're going to go over is the tilting feature. We'll go over some measurements, and then a couple more features of the rack itself. If we come down here to our bolts at the center, we're actually going to remove those. We'll start with our larger one, and then we'll remove our smaller pin. This is going to allow us to tilt our bike rack away from our vehicle, which will then give us full access to our back cargo area.
Today on our 2014 Subaru Outback wagon, we're doing a test fit of the Hollywood Racks Sport Rider 2, a Platform Style 2-Bike Rack. That part number is HR1000. Now we already have our bike on our rack. We're first going to go over some features and then we'll take some measurements. First feature I want to show you is the tilt feature, because we can actually tilt our bike rack away from our vehicle with our bike still on there. We're going to come down to our pins here. We're going to start by removing our larger pin up at the front and then we'll remove our smaller pin.
Today on our 2016 Subaru Outback Wagon we're test fitting the Yakima FullTilt. This a hanging style tilting 4 bike rack. It's been designed so we can use it with inch and a 1/4 or with 2 inch hitches. The part number on it is Y02462. This rack has a really neat cradle system. Basically, the arms create the cradles for us. They're nice and soft, plenty of areas where you can see for that top tube to ride in.
Today on our 2016 Subaru Outback wagon, we've got the Swagman Trail Head out and we're doing a test fit on it, and see how it measures up on the back side of the vehicle. The Trail Head is a 4 bike hanging style rack. It's been designed for use with the inch and a quarter or 2 inch hit. Part number on it is S63380. The Trail Head uses 4 straps to hold our bike in place. Most of the time we just see 3. We're going to have 2 here for the top frame tube, 1 here for our top frame tube a little closer to the seat, and then 1 down on the seat post.
Today on our 2016 Subaru Outback Wagon, we're test-fitting the Pro Series 24 by 60 Cargo Carrier. This carrier has been designed for use in two-inch hitches and it offers a 500 pound weight capacity. Part number on this is 63153. This is one of my favorite carriers. I really like the way it's built, really like the way it assembles. You're just going to have three pieces; goes together very easily. This is going to be what I call kind of like a medium size, expanded mesh for the floor here.
Today on our 2016 Subaru Outback, we're doing a test on the Car Pod, 23 by 47 Walled Cargo Carrier. Now this has been designed to carry up to 450 pounds and it's for use with two inch hitches. The part number on it is M2205. Obviously this carrier stands out as opposed to a lot of the other cargo carriers cause it does offer us full protection around the outside for our items. So even if we're loading up smaller items or several little things that typically wouldn't work well on a cargo carrier, this is kind of gonna fill that void for us. Now the sides themselves are gonna be about 22 inches off of our platform. All the way around there.
Today on our 20016 Subaru Outback wagon we're going to be doing a test fit of the Yakima Fat Cat 6. This is going to be your locking ski and snowboard carrier that you have installed on your vehicle. You see that we have it up here on our factory cross-rails, but you can use it on your aftermarket ones as well, whether that be a round bar, elliptical bar, square bar, or even your factory cross bars like you see here. Part number Y03088. We'll show you how to put the back one on since we've already got the front one in place. Make sure you have the straps open and ready to receive your cross rails. Slide it underneath to where the straps go under and the pads rest on top.
Today, on our 2016 Subaru Outback Wagon, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Whispbar Locking Ski and Snowboard Carrier for 6 Skis, or 4 Snowboards, or a combination of the two. This is going to be part number WB-300. Now, first thing we're going to do, we're going to put them up on our crossbars. Notice that we're using our factory crossbars right now. Go ahead and make sure that the straps are undone, so they can receive our cross-rails. Slide the strap underneath, and line it up with that front one.
Today, on our 2016 Subaru Outback Wagon, we're going to be doing a test-fit of the Thule Canyon Rooftop Mounted Cargo Basket, part number, TH859. Now this basket is going to measure 49 inches long, by 40 inches wide. At it's highest point, it's going to have a height of about 6 inches. With it's sturdy steel construction, it's going to offer a 150 pound weight capacity. We have 3 feet installed, so you can see what it's going to look like once it's up on the vehicle, but we'll show you how to install that final one. Keep in mind that you're going to have to measure your crossbar spread, so the distance from the center of this crossbar, to the center of your other crossbar, from the factory, or whatever crossbar system you have, before you get them up on the vehicle you've got to adjust your feet to fit into place.
Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitch options available for the 2015 Subaru Outback Wagon. The most popular hitch we have is the Hidden Hitch class 3. That offers the 2 inch by 2 inch opening. Part number on that is 87568. Following that up is going to be the Curt class 3. Part number C13206.
Today on our 2016 Subaru Outback Wagon we're going to be doing a test fit of the Coolant Vagabond X Roof Cargo Basket, part number VX01. This cargo basket's going to measure forty-one inches wide by fifty-two inches long, and with it's sturdy steel construction is going to offer a 160 pound weight capacity. Just make sure that you check with your vehicle's weight as far as the roof goes and weight capacity before loading it all the way up. Next, we're going to show you how it's fastened and secured. We will have this last foot to put in place here. We've already got the other three in, as you can see. We'll slide in the bottom spacer, and most of the time you'll out all four of these on beforehand, but we're just going to show you how this is done.
Today on a 2016 Subaru Outback Wagon, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Thule Snow Pack. This is going to be your 6 ski or 4 snowboard carrier for the top of your vehicle. You see that we do have it mounted to the top of our factory roof rails right now. You can see how it looks with that first one in place. We're going to show you how to place it on the back one. This will be part number TH7326. Go ahead and make sure you have the straps undone.
Today, on our 2016 Subaru Outback Wagon, we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the tow-ready T-One vehicle wiring harness with the 4-pole flat trailer connector. Its part number is 118467. Now, what we'll do to test it is take just a standard test light. We're going to connect our ground clamp to the bare stud that's sticking out. That's the ground side, so that's going to test that for us. Then we'll have our running lights on or our marker lights. That should give us a constant signal from the dark brown wire.
Today on our 2012 Subaru Outback Wagon, we'll be taking a look at and installing the Curt Custom Fit Class 2 Trailer Hitch Receiver, part number C12290. Here's what our hitch will look like once it's installed. It's going to have that nice black pattern coat finish, and sleek look and design on the back of the vehicle. It's going to be tucked up underneath the back end here, and almost flush with the back end of the vehicle. It's only going to be out maybe about a half an inch, tucked back underneath the back end of the bumper, so you won't be backing into anything or have to worry about that clearance on the back side. It's going to have an inch and a quarter by inch and a quarter receiver tube opening, with a tongue weight capacity of 350 pounds, and a max towing capacity of 3500 pounds with that nice cleat steel chain tie downs for safety. It's going to have a fully welded design and fairly easy installation with only minor drilling.
Today on our 2012 Subaru Outback Wagon, we will be taking a look at and installing the Curt Custom Fit Class 3 trailer hitch receiver, part number 13390. We'll give you a few measurements to help you in selecting some hitch accessories, such as ball mounts, bike racks, and cargo carriers. From the top of the receiver tube to the ground is going to be about 14". From the center of the pin hole to the outermost edge of the bumper is going to be about 2 1/2". Here's what our hitch is going to look like once it's installed. It's going to have that nice round bar design and it's going to be nice and sleek against the back end of the vehicle with that black powder coat finish to help prevent any kind of rust and corrosion. With it's fully welded design, it's going to be nice and sturdy, offering a 600 pound tongue weight capacity and 4000 pound towing capacity with it's 2" by 2" receiver tube opening and plate steel design. It's going to have a 5/8" pin hole going straight through the center.
Today on our 2016 Subaru Outback Wagon, we've got the Kuat Transfer out and we've got it tested here on the back of the Subaru. Now, this is a platform style 3-bike rack, folds away from the vehicle even with the bike loaded to give us access into the hatch there. It also tilts up against the rear of the vehicle for reducing the overall length that we've added. Part number on it is TS03G. Now, one of the things that you might notice is that in holding the bike on the rack there is no frame contact at all. We've a wheel hook that's right here on the front. We place that right in front of our front break caliber and then just push it down.