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They are unable to ship 686 to Canada due to their contract with 686. In general though, Backcountry does ship to Canada however some brands they are not allowed to. Here is a link to brand they cannot ship outside the U.S.

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Yeah, as long as your cross bars are set the correct length apart you'll be fine. My friend has a long box like this on his Forester and the only thing we every worry about is that when you open the rear hatch that it won't hit the box. If it is going to hit the box, if you open it nicely it won't matter if it hits it so long as you aren't slamming the door open and hit the back of the cargo box.

I don't think the loss in mpg is even worth mentioning. The loss wouldn't even hit a quarter of your mpg. I've drive on several 8 hour plus trip to Colorado and Wyoming I really would say that I don't really notice the difference. The convenience of having the rack on top is definitely worth it.