Page 17. Most everything you want to know is there..
Thank you kindly. Very helpful!Page 17. Most everything you want to know is there..
good info! Thanks Dave!My RPO book says F60 is 'Heavy duty front springs'. From 1976-2000, but my book was published in 2001, so the RPO may have been used for much longer, may still be in use.
In many, many instances, the "RPO" on the sticker or build sheet is not an "option" at all. It is a Sequential Equipment Option. An SEO is included in an RPO. If there is an option for "heavy duty suspension" F60 is the SEO for the front springs. There will be another SEO for the rear springs.
In C4 Corvette (which I am much more familiar with than S-series) there are 2 basic suspensions, and are on the sticker and build sheet. FE1(base) and FE7 (special performance). You can not order either of these. If you order Z51 or Z07 "Special Handling Package" you get FE7. FE7 has different sway bars, springs, shocks, wheel widths, suspension bushings, and sometimes different steering ratio. The content and specific part numbers vary year to year. Some of these sub-components have an SEO of their own (the wheels do), but most don't. Things like the springs, sway bars, shocks and a-arms (that contain the different bushings) have a "Broadcast Code" which is usually a sticker with 2 or three letters on it. Broadcast Codes are on the build sheet in the appropriate position for the item.
"Suspension Packages" on the S10 were probably similar. An RPO that contains some SEO, and a bunch of Broadcast Codes.