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Old 07-14-2006, 05:07 AM   #11
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Ok that means that a 2000 - 05 LeSabre is an H body too then right?
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Right.
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Jsut to cement this, they are H-Bodies
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Ok, they are a H body but those who are saying it'* a G body are also correct just because the 2000+ H body was derived from the G body used by the Aurora and Riviera and some cadillacs ONLY. Most chassis components are identical between the two cars and it'* nearly impossible to tell the two apart if they had no body panels, interior, etc. as far as I know, the only difference is the chassis width, length, and structural rigidity.
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Quote:
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the only difference is the chassis width, length, and structural rigidity.
thats alot of difference...
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