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post #1 of 4 Old 01-21-2006, 07:07 PM Thread Starter
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MM coilover install question

I am in the process of installing Maximum Motorsports front coilovers and have run into a snag. After (finally) getting everything disassembled, I noticed that one of my Koni struts has an upper flange like the Tokico's. I am assuming that this needs to be removed as shown in the instructions, but I wanted to make sure before I did something I shouldn't. Has anyone run into this situation before?

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Are you sure it doesn't specify in the MM instructions? I would contact MM themselves, they have awesome customer service and should get back to you by tomorrow.


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it should just tap off with a hammer

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Thanks for the reply's. I was able to get the flange off with a dremel tool and a hammer. Got the project finished today and everything's good.

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