Subaru Legacy: How to use as crossbars - Roof rails with integrated crossbars (Outback) - Loading your vehicle - Driving tips - Subaru Legacy Owners ManualSubaru Legacy: How to use as crossbars

CAUTION

● Do not raise the bar higher than necessary. The base of the bar may be damaged.
● Be careful not to contact the bars while sliding them. Otherwise, the bars may be scratched or the latch portions may be damaged.
● Do not slide the bar more than necessary when sliding the bar. The base of the bar may be damaged.
● Do not allow the bar to fall on or contact the roof panel or the moonroof when sliding the bar. Otherwise the roof panel may be dented or the glass of the moonroof may be damaged.

1. Pull out the integrated crossbars from the roof rail holders by pulling up

1. Pull out the integrated crossbars from the roof rail holders by pulling up the covers.

2. Slide the bars in the direction shown in the illustration.

2. Slide the bars in the direction shown in the illustration.

3. Install the bars into the holders.

3. Install the bars into the holders.
4. Make sure that the latches are fitted securely.

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