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Old 04-12-2012, 03:17 PM   #1
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Default WTB - E36 TC Kline-specific Koni rear shocks

Hi all- in the process of swapping on the new-to-me tc kline e36 S/A coilovers, one of the rear shocks' top adjuster was found to be seized. So of course I had to try to 'free it up' - snapping off the tab in the process. The rest I won't really go into detail on, but suffice to say the adjuster rod dropped into the piston and oil was everywhere, leaving me minus one rear shock.

I'm looking for one used rear shock, E36 TC Kline specific, Part number: 8241-1200Sport.

I got the whole setup fairly cheap, they are used and a little rusty, so I'm really not looking to spend too terribly much on one of the rears, I intend to just get a new set at some point anyway. Just looking to fill the empty spot so i can actually take to car to LRP next week. If you have two and don't want to sell just one, and it's not too terribly expensive, I'll take two.

Any suggestions, comments, donations are always welcome- thanks in advance!
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those koni shocks from a 1994 mustang. look on the koni site to find the right product number. i paid something like $180 from auto parts warehouse 2 years ago

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crappachico is looking for the E36 length shock which isn't the same as the mustang/e30/ti/z3 length.
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crappachico is looking for the E36 length shock which isn't the same as the mustang/e30/ti/z3 length.
Correct you are, sir- mainly because I already bought a nice shiny set of the GC tall RSMs.
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Found a set from a very nice gentleman - thanks!
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