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Old 09-26-2020, 09:07 PM   #57
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Great thread!!! I stumbled on this thread as I was researching alignments; will be lowering my car with AFE springs in a couple of weeks.

I did purchase the GM bolts in advance (not even seeing this thread) based on reading the GM Lowering Springs Instructions. The instructions clearly state to replace the TTY bolts. What I don't get is the various Camaro youtube videos and the instructions that came with my springs do not mention a word about replacing the bolts.

Better safe than sorry...
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Old 10-18-2020, 09:37 AM   #58
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Are the instructions in the first post applicable to both the Zl1 non-1LE, and the ZL1 1LE? Are the part numbers for the hardware the same?

I would assume yes to both, but it has been questioned in this thread.
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Old 10-18-2020, 01:11 PM   #59
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Are the instructions in the first post applicable to both the Zl1 non-1LE, and the ZL1 1LE? Are the part numbers for the hardware the same?

I would assume yes to both, but it has been questioned in this thread.

The OP applies to all 6th Gens, the same alignment bolts are used between all models (LS, LT, SS, ZL1).
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