Bought on eBay~

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  1. jaime100

    jaime100 Member

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    Bought these on eBay and seller told me they're regular extensions that are used w/o a spoiler. I'm not fussing since I bought them for a reasonable price, but does anyone have any comments? That's all the info the seller messaged me. Thanks!
     

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    I bought throttle linkage for my 64 Fairlane from an eBay seller who listed it as Maverick. I saw these yesterday. I think you did good !
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    71gold Frank Cooper Supporting Member

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    I don't understand the question...:huh:
     
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    yellow75 MCCI Oregon State Rep Supporting Member

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    Do you think they are quarter extensions for a spoiler ?
     
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    Those are the early Grabber extensions.
     
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    Matterick Matt Somerville

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    Those are just typical quarter extensions. Non grabber...
     
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    They look like the ones used with a spoiler. Am I wrong?
    RLB
     
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    Matterick Matt Somerville

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    Look at the 3rd picture, you can see the tops are flat.
     
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    the pic angles aren't too great.. but that little "bulge" right above where the trim curves around the inside corners sure looks like a grabber version to me. One of the pics shows an upswept angle whereas the other angle just obscures it more.

    Main reason I say that is because my Comet end caps don't have that and quick searches around the net shows only the grabbers have that little protrusion/looks like a bigger dimple.
     
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    Yeah that's the main thing I was looking at
     
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    Maverocket Bob Williams

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    They are definitely grabber end caps. If your disappointed I'd trade you a for a pair of non grabber ones!
     
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    Matterick Matt Somerville

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    Hate to say it, but they are definitely not Grabber caps lol
     
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    Guess we will have to wait and see
     
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    Matterick Matt Somerville

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    My camera lense is broken...
    20160311_090127.jpg
     
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    it's all in the dimples, Matt. Show us you end caps dimples. lol
     

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