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Looking for a rear spoiler for the Outlook?

When I purchased my Outlook, the dealer, Saturn of Mesquite (Texas) had a demo with a rear spoiler. It really looked good. I wanted to add one to my Outlook, but the dealer wanted close to $500 for it. I was on google.com looking at pics of the Outlook when I saw a pic of an Outlook with the spoiler. I clicked on it and there it was, the company name that manufactures them & sells them. Here is the info:

CarData
9201 Wesley Street Suite C-2
Greenville, Texas 75402
1-877-226-3237

2007+ Saturn Outlook SUV Spoiler
NO LIGHT
No-Drill Attachment System
CUSTOM

Part Number: CDDR-1064

$176.00 unpainted
$266.00 painted
$31.45 S&H:


http://images.google.com/imgres?img...ok&start=18&gbv=2&ndsp=18&svnum=10&hl=en&sa=N

Happy Motoring, Gk
 

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So, did you order one? It looks like it has a brake light in it - does it?

If you did get one could you post some better pictures?

Thanks
 

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Looks like the spoiler that you see on the Acadias
 

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Looks more like a photoshop to me. Seems way too thick and definitely more so than the Acadia one. Plus if you look at the far right corner of the spoiler, you can see a small sliver of the actual rear of the car...shouldn't it be a smoother transition than that? The shading and coloration look poor to me to be real. Especially the lighter shading on the bottom right side. Heck it even says on their website "NO LIGHT" and yet look there it is! :eek:hno:

Be wary of this company. I know spoilers can be universal, but if you click on the link for Saturn, they have so many non-saturn vehicles listed, I would turn and run. At least get the pictures correct or state that it is universal.
 

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gksintx said:
Looking for a rear spoiler for the Outlook?

When I purchased my Outlook, the dealer, Saturn of Mesquite (Texas) had a demo with a rear spoiler. It really looked good. I wanted to add one to my Outlook, but the dealer wanted close to $500 for it. I was on google.com looking at pics of the Outlook when I saw a pic of an Outlook with the spoiler. I clicked on it and there it was, the company name that manufactures them & sells them. Here is the info:
You know what...now you got me wondering if mine has one or not! LOL
 

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I'm interested as well in a rear spoiler. I remeber seeing this item on ebay a few weeks back and they had conflicting information on the website. They said it was drill less and then they had a link for installation directions and it involved drilling.
 

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Given the location and mounting point of these spoilers, there is no way it could be drill-less. I took my Acadia spoiler off to repair a noisy 3rd brake light and there were about 4 or 5 bolts holding it up. If it truly does not require drilling, this *could* pose problems for you in the future. I'm not trying to discourage you from purchasing, just want to give you some personal insight so you are a more aware consumer.

I've been around alot of modified cars in the past and there were alot of import tuner guys running those tall aluminum spoilers that required no drilling...guess what they got very unstable at high speeds and flew off the car. Now I also had a M3 style flush mount "lip" spoiler on my last car and it was installed with only double-sided 3M body tape. Held like a glove, but also was a surface mount. The Acadia is a surface mount(an will have a plug for the 3rd brake light attacehed), but its big, heavy, and doesn't have much in the way of holding it up as it gets towards the rear of it. Hate to see you have troubles down the road.

It sounds bad to drill, but it really isn't that terrible of a job.
 
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