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nak3dsnake 08-17-2012 10:13 AM

1LE Suspension Package Part Numbers
 
Thanks to MS3DALE, I was able to get a hold of the FE6 parts numbers from the 1LE. I know some of you are eager to get your hands on them so I'm going to share. :) I also marked each one to show what packages also use those parts so no one orders something they already have!

Strut Tower Brace (LT, SS, 1LE) - 22756880
Front Wheel Hubs (ZL1, 1LE) (2) - 22924741
Rear Wheel Hubs (ZL1, 1LE) (2) - 22924740
Front Coil Spring (SS, 1LE) (2) - 92245257
Front Strut (1LE) (passenger side) - 22812984
Front Strut (1LE) (drivers side) - 22812985
Front Sway Bar (1LE) - 22812946
Front Sway End Link (SS, ZL1, 1LE) (passenger side) - 22842515
Front Sway End Link (SS, ZL1, 1LE) (drivers side) - 22842516
Rear Shock Mount (1LE) (passenger side upper) - 22922446
Rear Shock Mount (1LE) (driver side upper) - 22922445
Rear Coil Spring (SS, 1LE) (2) - 92195466
Rear Shocks (1LE) (2) - 22812987
Rear Sway Bar (ZL1, 1LE) - 22786260
Rear Sway Bar Endlink (SS, ZL1, 1LE) (2) - 22761221
Rear Lower Control Arm (SS, ZL1, 1LE) (2) - 20942237 (Needed for 2010-2011 cars for sway bar conversion)
Rear Toe Link (ZL1, 1LE) (2) - 22845487

Jason@JacFab 08-17-2012 10:18 AM

The rear swarbar, and toe link part numbers are the same as the ZL1 part numbers in the previous part number thread... The front sway bar number is different though.

nak3dsnake 08-17-2012 10:20 AM

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Originally Posted by RacnJsn95 (Post 5456469)
The rear swarbar, and toe link part numbers are the same as the ZL1 part numbers in the previous part number thread... The front sway bar number is different though.

Yeah, so are the rear shock mounts. I put it all together so its in one place for those who want them.

Jason@JacFab 08-17-2012 10:23 AM

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Originally Posted by nak3dsnake (Post 5456476)
Yeah, so are the rear shock mounts. I put it all together so its in one place for those who want them.

Maybe make a note that they are ZL1 parts so someone doesn't order them accidently thinking they are 1LE? Or do the ZL1 and 1LE share the same rear parts, and the 1LE just has different front parts?

So ARE the front sway bar and end link numbers for the 1LE?

nak3dsnake 08-17-2012 10:36 AM

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Originally Posted by RacnJsn95 (Post 5456491)
Maybe make a note that they are ZL1 parts so someone doesn't order them accidently thinking they are 1LE? Or do the ZL1 and 1LE share the same rear parts, and the 1LE just has different front parts?

So ARE the front sway bar and end link numbers for the 1LE?

The front sway bar is the 1LE sway bar. The rear parts are shared with the ZL1. The only 1LE specific parts are the front sway bar, struts and shocks. I labeled the list to show what models share the same parts.

Jason@JacFab 08-17-2012 10:48 AM

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Originally Posted by nak3dsnake (Post 5456547)
The front sway bar is the 1LE sway bar. The rear parts are shared with the ZL1. The only 1LE specific parts are the front sway bar, struts and shocks. I labeled the list to show what models share the same parts.

Ahhhh, I did not know they they shared parts, I was under the impression that all the 1LE stuff was different. Thanks that clears things up a bit... Guess I can order some stuff now :D Are the 2010 & 2012+ front sway bar end links the same?

Any chance for a complete 1LE diff part number yet?

nak3dsnake 08-17-2012 10:58 AM

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Originally Posted by RacnJsn95 (Post 5456592)
Ahhhh, I did not know they they shared parts, I was under the impression that all the 1LE stuff was different. Thanks that clears things up a bit... Guess I can order some stuff now :D Are the 2010 & 2012+ front sway bar end links the same?

Any chance for a complete 1LE diff part number yet?

I didn't ask for it but I can. The current SS diff is $1821.43 though. prepare to pay a bit more for a complete 1LE diff. XD The 2012 front endlinks are much thicker and use larger 12mm studs instead of the 10mm used on the 2010 links.

Sleepy 08-17-2012 03:27 PM

How about springs? Are they the same as ZL1?
ZL1 Front Spring - 20954688
ZL1 Rear Spring - 20942619

nak3dsnake 08-17-2012 03:32 PM

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Originally Posted by Sleepy (Post 5457867)
How about springs? Are they the same as ZL1?
ZL1 Front Spring - 20954688
ZL1 Rear Spring - 20942619

The 1LE springs are the same as the standard SS springs.

Sleez 08-17-2012 04:12 PM

prices from GMpartsgiant.com;


Strut Tower Brace (LT, SS, 1LE) - 22756880 $117.59
Wheel Hubs (ZL1, 1LE) (4) - 25954415 $244.65 ea
Front Strut (1LE) (passenger side) -22812984 $81.82
Front Strut (1LE) (drivers side) - 22812985 $81.82
Front Sway Bar (1LE) - 22812946 $110.88
Front Sway End Link (SS, ZL1, 1LE) (passenger side) - 22842515 $31.18
Front Sway End Link (SS, ZL1, 1LE) (drivers side) - 22842516 $31.18
Rear Shock Mount (1LE) (passenger side upper) - 22922446 $34.57
Rear Shock Mount (1LE) (driver side upper) - 22922445 $34.57
Rear Shocks (1LE) (2) - 22812987 $215.19 ea
Rear Sway Bar (ZL1, 1LE) - 22786260 $113.88
Rear Sway Bar Endlink (SS, ZL1, 1LE) (2) - 22761221 $16.46 ea
Rear Lower Control Arm (SS, ZL1, 1LE) (2) - 20942237 (Needed for 2010-2011 car conversion) $37.42
Rear Toe Link (ZL1, 1LE) (2) - 22845487 $67.94 ea

rear shocks and hubs are pricey!! curious about the Rear Shock mount pricing?

Sleepy 08-17-2012 04:22 PM

You are right. They never mentioned about springs being different. I don't know what I was thinking. I guess I assumed springs are different because of dampers are different and ZL1 shock mounts lead me to think of ZL1 springs. Now that I thought about it, ZL1 shock mounts are needed for mono-tube rear dampers as they are longer compare to twin-tube in SS so they have to be mounted higher like ZL1. I am a little disappointed since I was hoping for lower ride height and higher rate of ZL1 springs but thanks for clearing it up.

So Cal Camaro 08-17-2012 05:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sleez (Post 5458079)
prices from GMpartsgiant.com;


Strut Tower Brace (LT, SS, 1LE) - 22756880 $117.59
Wheel Hubs (ZL1, 1LE) (4) - 25954415 $244.65 ea
Front Strut (1LE) (passenger side) -22812984 $81.82
Front Strut (1LE) (drivers side) - 22812985 $81.82
Front Sway Bar (1LE) - 22812946 $110.88
Front Sway End Link (SS, ZL1, 1LE) (passenger side) - 22842515 $31.18
Front Sway End Link (SS, ZL1, 1LE) (drivers side) - 22842516 $31.18
Rear Shock Mount (ZL1, 1LE) (passenger side upper) - 22836734 $75.44
Rear Shock Mount (ZL1, 1LE) (driver side upper) - 22836727 $36.61
Rear Shocks (1LE) (2) - 22812987 $215.19 ea
Rear Sway Bar (ZL1, 1LE) - 22786260 $113.88
Rear Sway Bar Endlink (SS, ZL1, 1LE) (2) - 22761221 $16.46 ea
Rear Lower Control Arm (SS, ZL1, 1LE) (2) - 20942237 (Needed for 2010-2011 car conversion) $37.42
Rear Toe Link (ZL1, 1LE) (2) - 22845487 $67.94 ea

rear shocks and hubs are pricey!! curious about the Rear Shock mount pricing?

Well, that's about $2250 not counting the wheels and tires, 1LE package is a pretty good deal overall....

nak3dsnake 08-18-2012 12:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sleepy (Post 5458115)
You are right. They never mentioned about springs being different. I don't know what I was thinking. I guess I assumed springs are different because of dampers are different and ZL1 shock mounts lead me to think of ZL1 springs. Now that I thought about it, ZL1 shock mounts are needed for mono-tube rear dampers as they are longer compare to twin-tube in SS so they have to be mounted higher like ZL1. I am a little disappointed since I was hoping for lower ride height and higher rate of ZL1 springs but thanks for clearing it up.

Indeed. You can however run the ZL1 Springs with the 1LE dampers. There's currently a 2LT running ZL1 Coil springs with zero issues.

Sleepy 08-18-2012 03:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nak3dsnake (Post 5460005)
Indeed. You can however run the ZL1 Springs with the 1LE dampers. There's currently a 2LT running ZL1 Coil springs with zero issues.

You can doesn't mean you should. Springs and dampers are matched pairs. You can run FE5 springs with FE2 dampers but they are not optimal. SS springs are really too soft for motorsport. How many sets of dampers does GM need for one set of springs? FE3, FE4, and now FE6? :iono:


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