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Old 10-13-2006, 12:16 AM   #21
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I got it now. My bad again. I don't think it would be too difficult to use U-body AWD parts on a Bonneville. Most difficult would probably be the floorpan.
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So the aztec came with the 4t65-E? whats the difference between that and the HD?
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I got it now. My bad again. I don't think it would be too difficult to use U-body AWD parts on a Bonneville. Most difficult would probably be the floorpan.
My philosopy is, you can do anything. Provided you have a Plasmacutter and welder in your hands!!!
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anything is possible....

if any of ya have seen the rear suspension mount pucks on the 1st gen W bodies it'* similar (maybe not dimentionally) to the way the rear cradle setup is mounted in the AWD GM'*

I remember this from when we plasmacut out the back floor and trunkpan of the 442 for the *ahem*...power adder
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Good luck finding an AWD STE. It is hard enough to find a regular STE in the junk yard. THey have base models and LEs out the arse.
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Checking out the geocities website, I saw this pic http://www.geocities.com/ste86sc3800...nstertruck.bmp

This is probably the easier way to go instead of retro fitting an STE'* AWD. :P
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I did see an AWD SE a while back
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