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    Extended door handles. 2nd gen.

    Anyone got pics? How'd they bolt up? Want buy some but they're hard to come by.

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    I am afraid I have no idea what you are asking.. Google isnt really helping me either. What are these?

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    Sorry. They are actual handles for the interior door card that you can grab. Was an old dealer option.

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    How far back are you talking here? I have the OEM Accessory catalogs back to 1998, and there is no mention of anything like that. I really cannot picture what this would even be. Can you provide a picture of what exactly you are asking about, even if it is on a different generation or model?


    EDIT: Are you talking about some sort of flexible strap handle to pull the door closed? Like something that would be used for Gull-wing or scissor doors?

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    Huh, I have never seen those before.. or if I had, then I hadn't noticed that they were wider than normal armrests...

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    You can Google and find the pn but they're discontinued...

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    I found one thread on NASIOC about these, and these pictures were worth 1000 words.




    I want to say that my old 96 Legacy Outback used to have these. I cant seem to find any pictures of the doors to verify that, but they seem pretty familiar.

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    Yes! Wants!

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    J2010AS020, J2010AS030 are subaru pn front and rear grey color...discontinued

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