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Old 08-31-2007, 12:58 PM   #11
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I think your dealers PC is F'ed up

When i went to mine there was only one choice for the top and bottom

Are you sure you looking at the right parts on the PC?
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Read what is posted above your response Peter. i think we have an answer. There is a paint stripe to differentiate them.
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Peter,
I have a 92 FSM but it is no help when it comes to this area.

One suggestion that might help is to have the parts man start by entering your VIN.
This might filter out the parts that are not relevant to your specific suspension option.
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Peter,
I have a 92 FSM but it is no help when it comes to this area.

One suggestion that might help is to have the parts man start by entering your VIN.
This might filter out the parts that are not relevant to your specific suspension option.

it is in the FSM body book. Thats the only book I do have and I know its in there, I just can find the book right now
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The FSM I have is the one I bought from Helm back in ’97 I think - 3 books with one about ˝” thick covering the body. There is a 7 page chapter on frame and insulators and now that I look at it more, it does say something about colors. I remember showing this to one of the parts guys and trying to decipher it against computer but it didn’t help in my case.

PM me with your email and I can send it to you.

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I have updated my reply to Lash’* post to include more part numbers that were given to me.
Since my knowledge of the part #’* is still only as good as what the parts guy(*) give, let me know if you find out anything contrary to any of my posts.


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For others out there, check out the differences between these three lower insulator designs (there are more designs also):
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This shows what it is that Peter is trying to figure out. They all look the same from the bottom and fit in the same hole, but they are not identical. The upper ones have different part numbers too but the difference is not as drastic.
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