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Old 04-30-2003, 09:51 AM   #31
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What was the SE that it came with F41 ?
My 92 Bonneville SE (Fully Loaded - Except Sunroof) has F41!
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Old 04-30-2003, 11:46 AM   #32
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I'm in the same boat as you 'Rat...fully loaded F41, I like the firmer ride, I have been in Buicks and Olds with FE1 and FE3. Its nice, but F41 gives you more road feel.
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Old 05-01-2003, 02:17 AM   #33
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Hey Rat, How about some P/N'* for the F41 springs, front and rear
Well your wish is my command!
Just gimme a little time to copy out all the charts then! LOL
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Ty I thought you were using the Moog'* for your lowering springs ? I'm still dreaming of a set one day. It would still be so nice to get some solid PSI rates as in stock and your aftermarket ones. If I go lower on the 86 I want it to be stiff, then I'll probably it Unless I'm going like hell then it will smooth out.
I was but unknown to many I have spent countless money and time destroying springs with the help of spring companies. The moog product is not a close enough tolerance. In most cases they work...but I canít have a full order of springs be off on one corner. I have a company who has all the stats now and I can get these springs for you no problem. I also have a full line of caddy springs and I am now working out an Aurora spring set. The final deal is a 2000-2003 Bonneville kit that will use just the front springs and have instructions for lowering the rear. This will reduce costs maintain stock performance and give the look for a better price.

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The final deal is a 2000-2003 Bonneville kit that will use just the front springs and have instructions for lowering the rear. This will reduce costs maintain stock performance and give the look for a better price.
Way to go Ty

Keep us all updated on your progress.
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Ty I thought you were using the Moog'* for your lowering springs ? I'm still dreaming of a set one day. It would still be so nice to get some solid PSI rates as in stock and your aftermarket ones. If I go lower on the 86 I want it to be stiff, then I'll probably it Unless I'm going like hell then it will smooth out.
No Moog. We started with the moog specks but they were too far off.

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