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Old 04-27-2003, 10:00 AM   #1
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Looking to purchase a front strut tower brace for my 2000 SSEI . Can anyone suggest where I might locate one and your experiences on how they perform . Thanks for your help !!!
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The 2000+ models don't have an STB? Thats very odd, the 87-91'* don't, but the 92-99'* do...

If the distance between the strut towers is the same then you might be able to take one from a 92-99. Or check out www.gmpartsdirect.com

They might have somthing available

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Here'* a brace that I sell!
Front Adjustable Strut Tower Brace

http://www.bonnevilleattitude.com/st...roducts_id=106

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Rear Adjustable Strut Tower Brace

http://www.bonnevilleattitude.com/st...roducts_id=107
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Do you have these in stock and if so , how do I go about placing an order with you ? Thanks !!!
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Do you have these in stock and if so , how do I go about placing an order with you ? Thanks !!!
I have "dropped shipped" from my supplier to you (the end user).
You can email at: [email protected] for more details.
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Deathrat, are those braces suitable for the newer 2000+ models.?
These newer models are slightly different.
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Deathrat, are those braces suitable for the newer 2000+ models.?
These newer models are slightly different.
Hell yeah! See here: http://www.bonnevilleattitude.com/st...ath=1_17_24_41
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....but those pics are not of a 2000 Bonneville'* engine bay or trunk ????

They look like they're from a Grand Prix or 1999 Bonne.
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....but those pics are not of a 2000 Bonneville'* engine bay or trunk ????

They look like they're from a Grand Prix or 1999 Bonne.
It'* a general pic to just advertise the product. If I made a exact pic of every product for every application, my store image file would have never got done as I would be still uploading it! LOL I get the pics from my suppliers to advertise their product as well. Therefore, whatever pics they send me, I upload.
I just sold a set to ghouse from this thread on Friday, so he should be getting his set shortly. Remember these Strut Braces are adjustable too!
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Whenever I try to visit your store it seems to be a little slow deathrat, just FYI for ya.
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