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Old 02-12-2011, 01:37 AM   #11
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I've been looking at friction swaybar. Do these work well without weight distribution system?
don't know without knowing what you're planning to tow.
the hitch might have the knob that the friction bar goes on.
but not sure if there's a hitch receiver for the Suburu that would be able to have a hitch with this feature.

not sure what you've got to put the hitch ball into.
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Old 02-12-2011, 08:38 AM   #12
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id just not tow anything with a subaru. i dunno what it is but they can win rally championships but cant tow a decent trailer without taking out the transmission. might have to do with the AWD part or it could be the type of alignment for the wheels.
Before I took the plunge I let a buddy tow with his forrester for a year. No problems he travels across Oh an Pa no problems
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I think you can tow with a Sub. Just keep your pop-up box to 10' or less; say 1,700 pounds or less. Don't think you need any sway control. We have towed a pop-up from MN to the Rockies and back with a 4cyl Toyota. It works.
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