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Old 03-14-2007, 03:28 PM   #1
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You didn't select the other variables correctly. Those are for the old 80'* cars. Narrow your application options down to the year you want.

They will not work on any 87-2005 Bonneville. Sorry.
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http://performance.drivewire.com/sus...weringkit.html

try this link. i just put that part number on the summit racing web site.
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According to Summit, that part number is not good for your application. I'd tend to trust them more than DriveWire. You have some emails to send out.
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according to EDELBROCK, that part is for 70s-80s full size RWD, completely different than a bonneville
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oh yeah i actually got that link from someone in here who said they put it on their car. and it worked fine.
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beats me though
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well excuse me....i didnt know.
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Can you please quit replying over and over to your own topic? Please EDIT your previous reply rather than posting and posting. I've deleted 2 of these already today.

Try our SEARCH function. You'll find all we know.
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