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1992-1999 Series I L27 (1992-1994 SE,SLE, SSE) & Series II L36 (1995-1999 SE, SSE, SLE) and common problems for the Series I and II L67 (all supercharged models 92-99) Including Olds 88's, Olds LSS's and Buick Lesabres Please use General Chat for non-mechanical issues, and Performance and Brainstorming for improvements.

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Old 09-07-2004, 08:48 PM   #21
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kaps, Here is a link to their site. Don't know if they ship or not. Never asked them. I think I have a pic somewhere showing the bolt locations.

http://www.garysupullit.com
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Found some pics showing the location of the mounting locations.The outer bolts attach where the two rubber grouments are and the other are in the center of the trunk area.


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So you can see it when backing up, main reason to get it besides for looks. Im not looking for downforce, not planning on going fast enough for that to be an issue, 125mph+ or something like that. It looks ok without it, but would look better with. So I cant get get the 95+ one to fit on a 93? Anyone know why? The deck lid looks to exact, then again, Ive only seen pictures, havent seen one upclose. From pictures the 95+ looks a lil nicer than the 93-94.
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you need a spoiler from 92-95. In 96 the body looks changed but all the sheet metal stayed the same , only the hood, bumpers, decklid and taillights changed. If you want to put a 96+ deck lid on you will need the decklid and taillights. Alot of people doubt this can be done, but it can.
the taillights do not match up correctly, the 96+ taillights are more oval and ours more rounded I don't think they will fit ours correctly (sig), Notice in my first sig how my outer lense cuts into the decklid itslef while the newer style doesn't, to prove this someone show a 96+ with the decklid open, and another with a pre 96 decklid open.

our center tailights lenses don't go past our deck lid, however 96'* line straight up with the decklid. If it did work I'm sure u'd have to keep your pre 96'* or after 96'* outer taillamps on.
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I know I've brought this issue up before (96+ rear on a 92-95), and it IS possible. As mista_sse stated, you need to change the trunklid and taillights. I have a friend with a 96 and I took the outer taillights off and put them on my 94 and the curves all match up on the quarter panel. Change the trunklid over, and it would have been a perfect swap. I have pictures proving this fact, if anybody'* interested. Just let me know and I'll post 'em.
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Yeah, my car is black, but I think that might be a little too far away from me as I live in central Jersey. How much was yours from the wreckerif thats where you got it? So you can see the spoiler when you back up, right? LOL just want to make sure, only Willwren responded with an answer to that question. Im about 6'2 just in case peoples height comes into play about seeing the deck or not.
I got my spoiler from a place in Rochester, NY. I think it was 80.00. The one here at the local u-pull- it is around 20.00 for the spoiler but I don't know how long it will be there. Parts disappear fast at that place.
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I know I've brought this issue up before (96+ rear on a 92-95), and it IS possible. As mista_sse stated, you need to change the trunklid and taillights. I have a friend with a 96 and I took the outer taillights off and put them on my 94 and the curves all match up on the quarter panel. Change the trunklid over, and it would have been a perfect swap. I have pictures proving this fact, if anybody'* interested. Just let me know and I'll post 'em.
I have to see this; While I don't think this is impossible, I always believed everything didn't match up correctly........
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96 taillights, 94 trunk, 94 body. Swapping trunks would have been too much work for just experimenting.

**Note that there IS a gap between the 96 taillights and the body. That'* because I didn't have them bolted in place in the picture, I pushed them into the body and they fit perfect. I just didn't get a picture of them actually mounted.
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not too bad at all, actually I like it; I'd try converting a pre 96 for experimental uses,
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Well, give me a few months and you may see it...if I end up with a certain 94 SLE, I'll be putting 96+ trunk/taillights on it.
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Well, give me a few months and you may see it...if I end up with a certain 94 SLE, I'll be putting 96+ trunk/taillights on it.
Nice looking tails.
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