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Old 06-25-2015, 07:44 AM   #1
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Koni Shocks

I've got a 2006 Windsor and am ready to order new shocks. I going with the Koni FSD's. Does anyone know model numbers for them? I need 4 front and 4 rear. I think they are different part numbers. I've verified it and I do have the vertical stud coming out of the top of all the existing shocks.

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The only shocks that Bilstein makes with the Eye/Pins are -- 24-186605 for the fronts & 24-186612 for the rear -- You can cross reference those part #`s with Koni -
If you went with Bilstein shocks, the only difference you would feel, is about $800. 00 more in you pocket -- Bill Willard
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Thanks Bill. I'll take that into account.


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Henderson's in Oregon should know the Koni's #s. I purchased 8 FSDs from them. They work GREAT with the Source Engineering CCV (comfort control valves). The Bilsteins from Source are already valved. Sanford
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