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Old 07-02-2007, 08:32 AM   #1
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Default New struts and springs

OK, so it'* time for some new struts and springs...mine conveniently broke (the springs broke, almost a full coil is gone). So I was wondering, what'* the typical price difference if I wanted to lower it a bit, as opposed to just buying OEM parts? Yes, I know I'd need to do the rear as well...but is it a huge difference? I've read a lot of people saying that kits don't exist for this, so is that true? I'd really love to have it lowered, but I don't think my credit cards feel the same way

It'* a 2000 Bonneville SLE, the front drivers side went bad. Also, wondering if since only the spring went bad, that if I'd have to replace the strut as well...figure I might as well, but it'd be nice knowing that I can be cheap and just get the springs in a pinch.

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