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Old 01-26-2004, 01:47 AM   #11
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see I dont want to over do it and go all out hick I just want some hight back and with air bags theres the air compressor or what ever its call that you have to put somewhere and mount an all that fun stuff besides I dont want nothing to extensive I'm not gonna mod it into a 4x4
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That thing got a Hemi???
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i recently recieved an advertisement in my email slot, apartantly JC Whitney sells lift kits for the Bonneville. You can also consider getting some monroe air-adjustable struts, all you do is pump some air into it and it will give you a few inches of rise, they are the replacements for the ELC in the nicer bonnevilles. jr's3800 did it to his 95 i believe.
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i recently recieved an advertisement in my email slot, apartantly JC Whitney sells lift kits for the Bonneville. You can also consider getting some monroe air-adjustable struts, all you do is pump some air into it and it will give you a few inches of rise, they are the replacements for the ELC in the nicer bonnevilles. jr's3800 did it to his 95 i believe.
cant say as if they show them on there site or much of anything for a bonneville for that matter not trying to say your lieing just I've no luck with there site
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i recently recieved an advertisement in my email slot, apartantly JC Whitney sells lift kits for the Bonneville. You can also consider getting some monroe air-adjustable struts, all you do is pump some air into it and it will give you a few inches of rise, they are the replacements for the ELC in the nicer bonnevilles. jr's3800 did it to his 95 i believe.
cant say as if they show them on there site or much of anything for a bonneville for that matter not trying to say your lieing just I've no luck with there site
PM with your email address, ill forward the email and send you a screenshot
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