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Old 03-02-2009, 03:06 PM   #1
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I'm installing KONI FSDs on the front of a 1996 Georgie Boy. I removed the old one (originals!). It looks like the KONIs will fit with a little persuading (flex) but figured I would ask if anyone has already done this to be sure there isn't any kind of mounting kit needed?

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They went right in on my P. Do you have the correct shock? Post the part number.
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Mike,

I can get them on... but have to apply force to get the top bolt to move over into the hole on the frame. since there was no documentation that came with them, I wanted to be sure I wasn't missing anything.

The top is off by 2 or 3 inches when the bottom is set in place.
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Gator,

Your's is fine, the P chassis lower bushings are always in a slight bind toward the frame.
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Thank you Mike, that is what i wanted to hear...

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