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Old 03-02-2005, 12:42 AM   #11
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lmao, nope. GX3 = FUN!!! 2.97 here.. mm acceleration *drools* [sorry it'* early].


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prolly why i only saw 24-26 mpg on the road idnt it.

also, where can you find out the number of bonnevilles that came with the gx3? is it rare?
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Yes, I believe it is rare, however it is still out there. I have no clue where to find the statistics on how many were sold. GM didn't keep good records of our cars [trust me, I've tried them].


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QJR is "tire, P205/75R14, speed rating N"


This wheel?
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No the QJR code is only for the factory tires that were equipped on the car. The wheels have their own separate code, or two in my case because my car has steel wheels and wire locking wheel covers (N91 code on those). I'm not sure of the code for that rim in your picture.
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QJR is "tire, P205/75R14, speed rating N"


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This wheel will either be PD8 or N78

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haha my old 90 SSE was 3.33 and it went thru 3 tranny'*! the 3.33'* sucked! lol
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This wheel will either be PD8 or N78
Your like a RPO encyclipedia with two legs... at least i THINK tahts how many legs you got... Yea its bedtime...
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