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Old 02-25-2005, 11:40 PM   #11
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That'* gonna be tough. Our rear springs are progressive coils. The pitch varies.
variable on the rear is right ,here'* a response i got from one manufacturer .

"Thank you for contacting Eaton Detroit Spring on your 1997 Bonneville.

I can lower the front coil 2". They are $165.00 pair plus shipping. I can not do anything on the rear. I show that to be a cargo coil or variable rate coil. At this time we are not producing modified springs to replace those.

I hope this helps. Please contact me if you have any more questions. I look forward to hearing from you.

Thanks,"
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Can somebody get me the part numbers for the 92-99 front and rear springs please, thanks.
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Can somebody get me the part numbers for the 92-99 front and rear springs please, thanks.
there are like 20-30 different spring rates for 92-99
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Can somebody get me the part numbers for the 92-99 front and rear springs please, thanks.
there are like 20-30 different spring rates for 92-99
I knew about a few,I didnt know there where that many,I just need the part number for the front and rear the F41 spec.
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Can somebody get me the part numbers for the 92-99 front and rear springs please, thanks.
there are like 20-30 different spring rates for 92-99
I knew about a few,I didnt know there where that many,I just need the part number for the front and rear the F41 spec.
I can get you some PN'* for 91,92,93... 91 was another Odd ball year... PM me in a day or 2 and I'll dig them up for you...

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Why is it when you go to order 92-99 coil springs from GMpartdirect you only get 2 part numbers 1 for front and 1 for back ,and no options for different spring rates?
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Why is it when you go to order 92-99 coil springs from GMpartdirect you only get 2 part numbers 1 for front and 1 for back ,and no options for different spring rates?
'cause the catalog sucks.


you need to know the part numbers PRIOR to ordering from there... each spring rate should have a different part number and then you can type it in to see if they have it.

Its a pain to try to find part numbers from people on the board too... its like pullin teeth
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Why is it when you go to order 92-99 coil springs from GMpartdirect you only get 2 part numbers 1 for front and 1 for back ,and no options for different spring rates?
I think they use on Part Number for the springs.... But they also go by the spring code... RWR ( Just an example ).... Its really odd tho... They have them listed as production and service numbers... And at time the service number and production numbers are the same... There are actually 2 rates that are the same but have diffrent production numbers... Its really freaky...

But on another note I think I found the F41/FE2 springs for my 91... I think they are made by TRW... I see a listing for regular and HD/Performance...lol

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