i got konis on sale from eurojet for 850 shipped.. they only had three sets left. i happened to be the third buyer. they are discontinuing to sell koni coilovers so they have no extra rear perches left. but the rest of the kit is complete. they gave me three options.. which seems to be the best one?
1- I can sell you the coils without the rear perches for $200 less. So i would refund you $200 through PayPal and you would get them for $600 shipped
2- You can pick something else from the Eurojet website and I will give you 35% off that item (and refund the difference in price from the coils if there is one)
3- I can refund the full $850 back to you
i was looking for replacement rear perches.. just the perches. not much luck finding them. but if the rear perches are removed, is handling quality effected? if not, i might just go for the 600 shipped, option 1.
get them without the rear perches. you can use any perch from any ther coilovers. most dont even eun the rear perches anyway. $600 for konis is a deal. but seems sketchy that they are saying that these
the only thing that is different is koni wants you to run them on top of the rear spring instead of the bottom like most.
yeah thats why i was leaning towards 200 dollar refund on them. i know im not sure either. its his last set so he probably just wants to get rid of em. 600-650 for konis is incredible. im gunna ask him why
i run RACELAND perches on my konis, work fine and are $50 or less, just contact them directly and tell them you have their coils and need replacement perches. I have an extra set, but no rotating collars or i would give them to you.
Failure to prepare is preparing to fail.
they are just like front. the spring rest on a collar. you spin the collar up to raise the vehicle. spin it down to lower it. when i run mine i dont use any collars. the spring sits on the perch. basically a giant washer/spacer.
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