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Old 09-18-2007, 12:33 PM   #1
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Hi does any one know the GM part number for the small air pipes that run to the rear shocks from the air ride compressor dryer
many thanks in advance Paul
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come on guys somebody must have changed there air lines on the back of the car so must have the part number.
i am desperate now as i cant use the car and i need to
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Check with a dealer to get the P/N'*.

You might be able to use these air shock installation kits.

AK-29 (90 Deg. Elbow) $5.44 at Advance


AK-18 (Straight) $12.68 at Advance
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Check with a dealer to get the P/N'*.

You might be able to use these air shock installation kits.

AK-29 (90 Deg. Elbow) $5.44 at Advance


AK-18 (Straight) $12.68 at Advance
Thanks for the reply ted but i dont live in the USA i am in ENGLAND so its a bit more awrkward for me and i have been quoted just over 100 about $200 so you can see why i need a part number
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I've been doing some searching, trying to find some information for you. I found what is listed as "Tube, Compressor" which by the diagram appears to be all the tubing between the compressor and both shocks. Cost shows about $100 US. #22177673

If you have an auto parts store nearby, you may want to check with them to see what kind of lines, or repair kits they may have. It will likely be cheaper.
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I've been doing some searching, trying to find some information for you. I found what is listed as "Tube, Compressor" which by the diagram appears to be all the tubing between the compressor and both shocks. Cost shows about $100 US. #22177673

If you have an auto parts store nearby, you may want to check with them to see what kind of lines, or repair kits they may have. It will likely be cheaper.
Thanks for the reply got it sorted now,
got a friend who lives in TX who owed me a favor so got him out of bed and he has orderd them from a company called lake chevrolet he is going to post out as a gift so will not get caught paying import tax
PS went into local auto store called halfords and asked about the air feed tube for the motor and the guy just looked at me and scratched his head and said never heard of a Pontiac Bonneville only a triumph Bonneville motor bike
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