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Old 09-08-2005, 06:53 AM   #1
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Hi, I have a 93 SE, I was wondering if anyone makes a Front Strut Tower Brace?

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The factory strut tower brace for any Bonneville from 92-99 will bolt right up and work great for you.

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You should already have one. It was standard on all Bonnevilles 92-99. You can get one from a junkyard for like $10.
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The red bar in my signature? Should be black on yours? You don't have it?
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wondering the same as all 92-99 C and H bodies had the STB from the factory...

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I hope it wasn't a spare part during the life of the car when it went to a mechanic for work.
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