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Old 02-09-2010, 06:03 PM   #1
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FS: (1) Brand New Front Left Koni FSD Strut

Looking for an offer for a Front Left Koni FSD strut. It's from the 2100-4006 kit for '99-'05 coupe/sedan/convert. (w/ factory sport suspension).

Please note that the strut's internal rebound spring is broken, but it does not affect the strut. The response from modbargains is: "My rep at Koni did emphasize that the rebound spring is not essential to the functionality of the shock, it’s just so that the shock’s maximum extension is limited to a specific measurement."

Pretty much, the strut is extended so far out so that the spring is not compressed when you put it together. I'm guessing you would just use the weight of the car when installing it. Then you should be good to go.

Koni sent me a replacement strut, but did not send a return shipping label so that's why this thing is up for grabs.
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