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Old 12-31-2003, 05:52 PM   #11
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20 CDN is what, 2.83 USD right?

Heh, be careful broke door boy....Those from up north may decide to invade, and MN is pretty close....
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Mike, that'* a very old part number. It was for the springs, but GM re-assigns numbers occasionally. Very few parts are still available through GM for the 87-91 Bonnevilles.
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<shameless plug>Gee... if anybody else needs parts they'd have to find an 87 or so se being parted out.... </shameless plug>
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Mike, that'* a very old part number. It was for the springs, but GM re-assigns numbers occasionally. Very few parts are still available through GM for the 87-91 Bonnevilles.
Actually Will that part number was a marker light or something from an 87-89 bonneville.
No big deal since it was discontinued anyhow.

I already installed the new spring and tightened it a bit tighter than what it was and tightened the old one too so it opens great now. maybe tomorrow morning I will attempt the STB.

Anyhow back to the "party beverages"
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