NEW TOKICO SHOCKS AND EIBACH SPRINGS

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    shotwogo New Member

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    I HAVE NEW TOKICO SHOCKS AND EIBACH SPRINGS ORDERED NEW12/4/2004 FOR 1991 SHO.BECAUSE OF HEALTH REASONS NEVER INSTALLED. I WILL NOT BE ABLE TO INSTALL SO THEY ARE UP FOR SALE.
    I WOULD LIKE TO SELL BOTH TOGETHER AS THEY WERE ORDERED AS A KIT. THE PARTS ARE IN OHIO 44035 PICK UP OR YOU PAY SHIPPING. SPRINGS 45 LBS SHOCKS 50LBS. I HOPE TO GET WHAT I PAID FOR THEM. IMG_1107.JPG IMG_1111.JPG IMG_1112.JPG IMG_1113.JPG IMG_1114.JPG
     
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    was this ever sold
     
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    Looks like the seller was last on here on June 19, 2020. Start a conversation with the seller so they see the message when they log in again. This is the only post he made so they could be still available.
     
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    Did you grab these Don?
     
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    I was going to ask him if he wanted a hand putting them on. :( Someone got a deal tho assuming the seals are still good.
     
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    I did sir and they are now in my garage. Very pristine condition!
     
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    Very nice of you to offer to come down to Fl to help installing the tokico's and eibach springs

    don
     
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    That's what makes it a tricky deal. If the seals are good you made a great buy. If not..maybe they can be rebuilt?? Tough to buy stuff you want that is that old. I had the same questions watching those items. I'm sure Don was pretty confident about that before pulling the trigger.
     
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    I picked them up in person in Ohio and prior to making the trip, the owner of said shocks and springs had kept them in a climate control storage facility

    He compressed one strut on video 3 wks before pick up and no leakage, and on the day I picked them up I inspected each housing for leakage and there was none. Even compressed two out of the four and no issues.

    That said, I kept this quite until I picked them up for I didnt want someone to undermine the sale or outbid me.

    I sent the guy who had the shocks and springs a $50 deposit (low) on purpose just in case it didnt work out.

    All I would be out is the $50 and it was worth the gamble

    don
     
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    glad it worked out, you got great deal on rare new parts
     
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    Totally agree
     
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    Good for you.
    I don't blame you for being cautious.
    Did you see what happened to the Ferrari's at LeMan's 24 with the bad struts in two cars?
     

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