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Old 04-09-2003, 12:51 PM   #1
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I would like to find an air ride kit for my 98 bonnie I found the kit for the front at www.kmwperformance.com but they dont offer a kit for the rear.
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Do you mean stock?

Either way I can hook you up.

I am connected with the same suppliers. You will not find a "made" kit it has to be put together and the price makes it a ugly kit to sell. You need bags for the rear springs and for the rear struts and they have to work in tandem. Well unless you replace the system with just rear air struts, but this will require some reinforcing of the rear strut mount.


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yeah i was wondering the same thing on how to get it air ridden but after looking at the rear springs it had me stratching my head. But is thier another way of lowering the car
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I"d like to see a :pimp: pimpin :pimp: bonneville with hyrdraulics.. there you go.. you can raise and lower at your discretion..hahaha
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yeah i was wondering the same thing on how to get it air ridden but after looking at the rear springs it had me stratching my head. But is thier another way of lowering the car
there is another way to lower the bonnie domestic performance sells 1"-3" drop coils for the front and rear for around $650
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