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Old 02-16-2006, 04:28 PM   #11
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Not 88'*. NinetyEights, and Park Avenues. The Larger C body had the same bar geometry and may be more likely to get the heavier FE2 bars.
Are you sure on that, about the Ninety Eight?
My Helm manauls for 1997 H body say:
"Bonneville, Eighty-Eight, Eighty-Eight LS, Regency, LeSabre"
he is saying the 88 wont have the FE2
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Not 88'*. NinetyEights, and Park Avenues. The Larger C body had the same bar geometry and may be more likely to get the heavier FE2 bars.
Are you sure on that, about the Ninety Eight?
My Helm manauls for 1997 H body say:
"Bonneville, Eighty-Eight, Eighty-Eight LS, Regency, LeSabre"
he is saying the 88 wont have the FE2
not even the lss model?
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Not 88'*. NinetyEights, and Park Avenues. The Larger C body had the same bar geometry and may be more likely to get the heavier FE2 bars.
Are you sure on that, about the Ninety Eight?
My Helm manauls for 1997 H body say:
"Bonneville, Eighty-Eight, Eighty-Eight LS, Regency, LeSabre"
The NINETY Eight is a C body as I mentioned above. It'* basically nothing more than an extended H body and should have the same bar geometry, and because of the increased length and weight of the car, may be fitted with an FE2 bar.
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