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Old 10-10-2005, 10:06 AM   #1
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I don't plan on using my F41 springs and sways, so I think I am going to sell them. I have no idea what they are worth. All I am wanting to know is what would be a fair price, where everyone goes away satisfied, and no one gets ripped off. I am appealing to everyone'* sense of fairness here..
The rears are out, and I expect the front stuff to be out sometime relatively soon.. I am making two cars into one, slow moving project during my spare time.
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I don't plan on using my F41 springs and sways, so I think I am going to sell them. I have no idea what they are worth. All I am wanting to know is what would be a fair price, where everyone goes away satisfied, and no one gets ripped off. I am appealing to everyone'* sense of fairness here..
The rears are out, and I expect the front stuff to be out sometime relatively soon.. I am making two cars into one, slow moving project during my spare time.
Any input is appreciated...
Mike
The F41 Parts I would be very interested in... But what year car are the springs and sway bars from?

There are diffrences from 87-91 and 92-99... There are both spring and sway bar diffrences

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Wow a 93 Bonneville with F41... awsome...

I would ask one favor, I'd love to have a Macro shot of the RPO code listing in the trunk... We haven't heard of too many 93'* having the F41 option, but I know that they made some in 93... I think it was the last year that Pontiac used the F41 in the Bonneville... Sending you a PM

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I Would be interested in the F41 springs,
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I Would be interested in the F41 springs,
But are a few minutes too late.. :P
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I Would be interested in the F41 springs,
But are a few minutes too late.. :P
Yup I dropped him a PM... I would like to have all of the components

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ya i just wanted the springs cause they are 1.5" lower that the FE1
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ya i just wanted the springs cause they are 1.5" lower that the FE1
You know whats really funny, you have FE1 as well but yours sits even lower than mine... lol

In my 91 with FE1 I always hit all of the bumpstops with the frame.... In the 95, it always hits the tires... The 95 sits up a bit... Never have been totally sure why... My 91 uses the same springs and struts as the 92-99 Bonnies.... Odd

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Don...WTF are you doing that you keep bottoming out the suspension?
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