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Old 01-01-2004, 07:07 PM   #1
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Default Suggestions for struts/springs on a 94 SE.

It'* almost up to 90,000 miles and it sways around like I'm driving a boat (stock shocks/struts). I want something a little stiffer than factory, and maybe a little lower (nothing drastic, maybe an inch or so). I went to www.3800performance.com and there'* nothing for the 94 model. Will stuff made for a 96 bolt up to a 94 without any problems? If not, what about getting factory springs for a 94 Regal GS, will they bolt up and are they stiffer than what came on the Bonneville SE? Thanks for suggestions,

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Old 01-01-2004, 07:13 PM   #2
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I'm sure Monroe makes something that will fit.

I have Gaberiel(sp) on my 91.... they are pretty good... but next time I think I'll go Monroe.
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I have Gabriel on the front. Quite an improvement over my tired struts, but I can't give you a comparison over stock. Mine were shot.
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if your looking to lower your car, domesticperformance.com has the springs to do it. you might want to check them out.
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Struts are available for your car and i can get you rear air struts that can run up to 1" lower to match a mild drop.

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