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CKRICHARD

03-16-2014 18:49:39




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Is the grill / nose the same size on a 870 and 970. Does anyone have a picture of the 2 parked Sade by side




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CKRICHARD

03-17-2014 13:06:50




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 Re: 870 970 question in reply to CKRICHARD, 03-16-2014 18:49:39  
Thanks for the help everyone



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RGMartin

03-16-2014 20:45:26




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 Re: 870 970 question in reply to CKRICHARD, 03-16-2014 18:49:39  
The 770/870 one is 1.5" shorter than the one on a 970/1070. They are the same in width and depth.



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1370rod

03-16-2014 19:41:42




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 Re: 870 970 question in reply to CKRICHARD, 03-16-2014 18:49:39  
They are not the same. The 9-10-1170's are just a little bigger. I have seen one installed on a 870, from a half mile away it looks good. But when up close you know something is wrong, Rod.



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casenut1

03-16-2014 19:03:22




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 Re: 870 970 question in reply to CKRICHARD, 03-16-2014 18:49:39  
I believe the 770/870 are the same and the 970/ 1070 are the same. Do not know if they interchange.



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