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Old 05-01-2003, 04:38 PM   #1
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I was just wondering if it would be any advantage to replace the plastic valve covers with aluminum covers off a 88' Bonneville. That is if they will fit. Just by looking at them it looks like they will fit right on but I am not sure. I have a 88' that is setting down in the field with aluminum covers and if would benifit me I would swap the covers out.

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Other than looks they wouldnt be much differantBut I dont know if a series 1 valve covers would go on your series 2.
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