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Old 01-21-2007, 07:15 PM   #1
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Default Which LIM gaskets should I buy?

The car is a '95 Bonneville, non supercharged, K in the vin.

GM 89017816
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Fel-Pro Ms95809 ?

Or do I have the wrong GM part #?
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you want the GM METAL FRAME LIM gaskets......DONOT put plastic back on the car, and flush the DEX out of the car
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AC Delco and GM Parts direct both say that the GM # I have isn't for the application. The Fel-Pro is the one at RockAuto.

I was thinking of picking up a new set of 89017816 , but that part # provided isnt' the one recommended for my application. Are the 89017816 the metal end ones?

EDIT: i just did a quick search and found that 89017816 is the one for 97-up...is that the metal one that I want?
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GM Aluminum Frame Lower Intake Manifold Gasket set: GM PN# 89017816
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Thanks, I'll pick those up :up:
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and flush the DEX out of the car
If it has it. My 95 cam with the green stuff.
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Mine has the green as well.
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Does the fel-pro version of the 97 and up gasket set have the preferable aluminum frames?
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...and flush the DEX out of the car
The 95s and older didn't have Dexcool to begin with. Dexcool started in the H-bodies in 1996.
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MS958091 <---is this the aluminin-framed fel-pro?
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