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Old 01-02-2011, 10:19 AM
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79 T/A F41 suspension option?

Hey guys , I need to pick some Pontiac T/A owners brains out there! I'm going to replace my rear brake lines & I have (2) options. Lines for standard suspension & lines for what is called the F41 heavy duty suspension. I have not heard of the F41 option up until now. What does this package consist of? If it's just the sway bar with the drop links then I'm ok to get the lines for the F41 , if it's something else I would like to know what it is!! lol
Thanks in advance for any info or insight on this matter.

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Got some info... ran build code F41RR

Found out that the F41 option was the rear sway bar with additional links bolted to the underbody & attached to the sway bar. I think this was pretty standard stuff on T/A's with anything but a nonturbo 301 , & Formulas also pretty much came standard with the F41 package. So , now I know for sure what the F41 code is , thanks for looking @ my post & maybe this tidbit of info will help someone else down the road.
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I see you found the info you needed, I was going to say it's the tire size and the sway bar size also and on some they will have added floor support to help with twist. JMO Don't recall seeing a pic of your T/A. I have a 78 T/A with the WS6/W72 options.



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