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50th anniversy ute specs??????

Discussion in 'VR - VS Holden Commodore (1993 - 1997)' started by rusty_ss_2233, Aug 2, 2006.

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    rusty_ss_2233 New Member

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    hey i am just about to buy a 1998 50th anniversy commodore ute series 2 and for insurance purposes i need to no if it has independant rear suspension. Does anybody no where i can get details on this car or give me some details if they now them, i dont have the car hence why i cant just check..
     
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    It probably has a solid rear end but you could look under the rear end and at the back axle which should be in a straight line from wheel to wheel (side to side). If it was IRS the axle takes some bends and is exposed. Maybe ask the seller....or a dealer. I think all Commo utes had a solid rear end.
     
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    The VS ute was the last ute to have a solid diff, the VU onwards have IRS.
     
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