WTB Koni 8641-1281 Sports insert

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  1. tracy_s_1993_atx

    tracy_s_1993_atx SHO Member

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    Greetings,
    I am looking for a Koni 8641-1281 Sports insert. I have two that need to be rebuilt, but one has the shaft cracked at the top where the threads meet the solid portion of the shaft.

    Thanks,
    Michael
     
  2. luigisho

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    Good luck. There is a facebook group for these cars. I would try that too. You need as many people as possible to get eyes on this.
     
  3. tracy_s_1993_atx

    tracy_s_1993_atx SHO Member

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    I am not on facebook. So I guess no luck there.
     
  4. thegreatbriguy

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    are you looking for rebuildable units?
     
  5. tracy_s_1993_atx

    tracy_s_1993_atx SHO Member

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    I am looking for a single rebuildable unit.
     
  6. 98SF19

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    Did you mean 8641-1287? That's the insert model for the Gen 2 & 3 SHO.
    The reason I ask is that well . . . I have one . . . I believe it's the long body though. I bought 3 from another user a couple years ago and there were 2 short body models that got installed. The third has been hanging out in the garage, waiting for that day . . .
     
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    FYI,
    8641-1287 = front
    8641-1288 = Gen1 rear (long)
    8641-1323 = Gen2 rear (short)

    The rears can be installed on either generation with the appropriate strut housing.
     
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  8. tracy_s_1993_atx

    tracy_s_1993_atx SHO Member

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    Yes I am looking for a Koni Insert 8641-1287 Sport
    The strut is adjustable buy putting an included knob on the top of a small tab.

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    I measured the strut as I was looking for something similar from Koni.

    Please let me know if this is the exact model you have.

    Thanks,
    Michael


     
  9. thegreatbriguy

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    Here is what I have CC8A7216-04A2-4EB3-8DF9-93BF54D9B862.jpeg 1A7653BA-E637-452D-8BA4-41937780ED8B.jpeg F2E22A6B-20D4-47EF-B4B1-CE8C4BDC7302.jpeg 901EAD5D-79BF-433A-9D3A-3C18DCEAECB7.jpeg
     
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    FWIW, I'll get a pic of mine with dims when I get a chance. It's just the strut (clean), without the housings.
     
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    That would be awesome!
     

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