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Old 11-19-2022, 01:12 PM   #1
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Koni FSD wrong

FYI: Check your Koni FSD’s.

Our Dealer put them on wrong.

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Old 11-20-2022, 10:22 PM   #2
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I'll have to check mine. I had a shop install them this past June, and I told the tech which set is front/rear. He was going to install them the reverse way. This was the 2nd time I brought the rig in -- I had ordered the shocks on Amazon, and quickly checked the boxes when they arrived. I saw the suffix number 18 on 1 box, and 19 on another. Good, right? Nope. When I dropped the rig off with the shocks the 1st time, I got a call a while later, saying the tech found 3 18s and 1 19 in the package. I had to pick the rig up, return the wrong shock and order a new one on Amazon. Lesson learned: don't assume the stock picker selects the right parts from the warehouse inventory. Check each piece when received.
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I install them on mines but before I did I made sure that I didn't install them incorrectly, I think that I watch this same video.
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Had to go out and check, but I got it right on our coach.
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I install them on mines but before I did I made sure that I didn't install them incorrectly, I think that I watch this same video.
You do quads on back? We did not, but have Sumos in back.
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You do quads on back? We did not, but have Sumos in back.
No sir I didn't do the quads, but I did though about it those my next mods is going to be the Sumo Spring I have the front in my cart on Amazon and I will be doing the rear soon after or if the people give me some Amazon gift cards I will get both.


I would be interesting to hear how did the rear Sumo install go for you, did you remove the rear wheel to do them? I'm going to try not to remove the rear wheel, I went to HomeDepot the other day and bought a right angle drill motor so I can get behind the wheel.
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No sir I didn't do the quads, but I did though about it those my next mods is going to be the Sumo Spring I have the front in my cart on Amazon and I will be doing the rear soon after or if the people give me some Amazon gift cards I will get both.


I would be interesting to hear how did the rear Sumo install go for you, did you remove the rear wheel to do them? I'm going to try not to remove the rear wheel, I went to HomeDepot the other day and bought a right angle drill motor so I can get behind the wheel.
I wish, had them put on by these folks;

https://dsuban.com/service-department


… I can only handle techy/some electrical items.
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I wish, had them put on by these folks;

https://dsuban.com/service-department


… I can only handle techy/some electrical items.


Lol, I know what you mean, no problem, I just order a set for my front they had a big sale going on I wanted to buy the rear, but I will wait.
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