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Old 05-03-2007, 03:11 AM   #1
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Default 92-95 Bonneville - No lowering springs??

Why doesn't anyone sell lowering springs for these years? What options do I have for lowering and improving the cornering of my Bonne? Thanks.
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Custom springs, that'* pretty much it.
http://www.coilsprings.com Cost you around $210-230, but worth it IMO.
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Paulnold got springs from www.coilsprings.com and I did not too long after.
Here is a thread where I gave them a review.
Definitely get the coating on them. I was sorry I didn't. And, look for a better strut then the KYB GR2'*. They just couldn't keep up in certian situations.
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Thanks guys I appreciate looks like I will be giving coilsprings.com an email.
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Would monroes be better perhaps?
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Here'* a good site when looking into suspension components:

http://www.w-body.com/forum/index.ph...c,55751.0.html

Search the forum, there'* lots of information
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