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Old 09-21-2010, 01:41 PM   #11
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The bags for our gen Bonneville is about $87 USD Franker... aka the ones in my car.
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I believe you sold yours, correct Bill?
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Dan has dibs, it'* still in the car til I get a moment to take it out.

But it'* $90 new USD.
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Well I found why mine wasn't working and making the rattling sound



Now I just gotta figure out a way to hook the Load Controller II to the stock fitting on the shocks. Anyone know of a site where I can get adapters and other related stuff for air ride suspension?
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Excuse me for H jacking this thread. Do you really have to the air comp and load levelling systems working, What is the down side of disconnecting the system. Just run springs and shocks.
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No mine isn't working yet. I have to figure out how to hook the aftermarket kit up to the stock shocks. Downside of disconnecting it is the rear end will squat if you have a load in the trunk or passengers in the back seat
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Good news then.

I was going to get some diferent springs and shocks. The removal/disconnecting of the systen would make the shock selection a little better.
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Be very careful what ones you get. Compatibility for the Bonne is very small
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rockauto lists a conversion kit that comes with shocks that resemble those out of a GP the only things you will lose is your auto rear leveling system and possibly ride comfort.
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