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Old 09-30-2006, 02:05 AM   #11
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...Some 1997 Bonnevilles shipped from the factory missing the right front endlink. About 5000 cars if I recall. All or most should have been recalled long ago.
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yeah..mine didn't came with them.... i have a 97..lmao


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I paid $15 for my front set and did them myself. I had to fight with them a little bit, but it was rather easy.
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I still need to do mine, but now am contemplating getting the heavy duty ones!!

Welcome Back Higheremotions!! Its been a while since I seen ya on!!
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I still need to do mine, but now am contemplating getting the heavy duty ones!!

Welcome Back Higheremotions!! Its been a while since I seen ya on!!
Good to be back! Thanks! I wasn't aware that they had heavier ones?
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I still need to do mine, but now am contemplating getting the heavy duty ones!!

Welcome Back Higheremotions!! Its been a while since I seen ya on!!
What do you mean by "heavy duty ones"? the kits at AZ or Advance are already HDPU and better than OEM. That'* the ones we are talking about here.
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I still need to do mine, but now am contemplating getting the heavy duty ones!!

Welcome Back Higheremotions!! Its been a while since I seen ya on!!
What do you mean by "heavy duty ones"? the kits at AZ or Advance are already HDPU and better than OEM. That'* the ones we are talking about here.
When I went to purchase mine at AZ, they asked me if I wanted Heavy Duty ones (Red I believe) or the OEM ones (Black) I went with the OEM ones, so I thought that was the difference between the OEM and Heavy Duty (Not color, but rubber durometer)
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I still need to do mine, but now am contemplating getting the heavy duty ones!!

Welcome Back Higheremotions!! Its been a while since I seen ya on!!
What do you mean by "heavy duty ones"? the kits at AZ or Advance are already HDPU and better than OEM. That'* the ones we are talking about here.
When I went to purchase mine at AZ, they asked me if I wanted Heavy Duty ones (Red I believe) or the OEM ones (Black) I went with the OEM ones, so I thought that was the difference between the OEM and Heavy Duty (Not color, but rubber durometer)
Yes, that'* right! The red are usually Urethane / upgraded / heavy duty. They are not expensive at all and are a worthy upgrade when you do it.

Truthfully, I assumed that that is what everyone else has been putting on...lol.
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Not me...maybe I will do that later on.
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