Strut inserts

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Arvika
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Strut inserts

Post by Arvika » Fri Nov 16, 2012 2:34 pm

I want to rebuild my front struts, but what inserts should I get?
Adjustable and good enough for track days!
I don't have any problem with shortening or welding if I have to...
Lars Bodin. Stockholm, Sweden. 2 x Mazda Rx7 1985 + Mazda 1300 1975

TOOL
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Re: Strut inserts

Post by TOOL » Fri Nov 16, 2012 7:49 pm

KONI
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Re: Strut inserts

Post by Lucky » Fri Nov 16, 2012 9:15 pm

Yeah, having bought Kayaba I'd say "don't buy Kayaba" :roll:

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Re: Strut inserts

Post by Arvika » Fri Nov 16, 2012 11:04 pm

TOOL wrote:KONI
Koni is okay, but to have to dismantle the strut to adjust is not what I want.
I have looked at Tokico Illumina, and always found the to expensive.
But today I did find the shorted adjustable race model for $140 US each, that must be a fair price...
Lars Bodin. Stockholm, Sweden. 2 x Mazda Rx7 1985 + Mazda 1300 1975

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