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    • RemSteele
      Thanks for getting back to me. Just saw this, in my rush I grabbed one off of Ebay. I think the right is going by the noise it's making when opening. I'll be sure to reach out to your guy as l would like to try to rebuild the next one.   Thanks, RJ
    • RemSteele
      Thanks for the comment. I can't take credit, my buddy snapped it after a failed attempt to grease the window tracks. My current and recent cars are late 80's BMW's. On the search  for a good GM guy. After a closer look I think my problem is sub frame bushing. It's a steady rumble and no movement in the steering at all. Wish me luck as it appears to be a big job.   RJ
    • Ronnie
      Those Monroe strut part numbers seem to be the same part number for Monroe Sensa-Trac struts like I installed on my Reatta.  They have just changed the name of the struts to OESpectrum. They are very good struts.
    • Nittany
      Ship,   Thanks so much for the parts list - it seems very complete and with the best parts available for our 30 year old Reattas!   RemSteele - I second what Ship and Ronnie have shared . . . this work does not need to be done at a dealership, in fact you are better served by going to a reputable mechanic or shop who understands basic GM and you have a trust level or at a least a good referral.   By the way, I really like your red Reatta!  Nice pic!  
    • Ronnie
      Contact Barney Eaton. He offers the headlight repair kits and I believe he has rebuilt motors at a good price.  barney@texas.net  Tell him Ronnie sent you.
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