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    Have oil leaking from my Koni's on the fuego.
    does anyone know ballpark cost of having them rebuilt.???
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    If they're just leaking and the function is okay, then it won't be too bad...

    I'll try to find out if you like. Are they front or rear?

    If, on the other hand, the shafts are scored, you might be in for a bit of a bill.

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    Fronts are leaking

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    I should have some sort of answer by mid-morning.

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    Ray,

    I need to change the mounting clip on my Koni Yellows. To do this I would need to disassemble the strut to reweld the clip. Who does that in Sydney?
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    jo proffi... I've heard already...

    Assuming there's nothing major, you're looking at about $100.

    tekkie...

    I don't know that there's anyone in Sydney... what's the actual issue here? Is something broken? What car are they from?

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    Ray

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    Thanks for info,Ray.
    I should of also asked who does the repairs,and can I deal direct with them or do I need to go through a local agent.(suspension shop) Thanks in advance,
    Jo

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    Deal direct... any suspension shop is going to take a quid for the handling of the deal... that's if they don't try to talk you into fitting something else that they just happen to make a 60% profit on...

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    Ray,You seem even more cynical than Me. Re: proffit Vs advice.too true though.
    Thanks for advice, but I still dont know who it is that re-co's the koni's.
    Would apreciate the name and address of who does this work.
    Thanks ,Jo

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    More cynical?

    Maybe I've been around longer?

    I'ts Proven Products in Albury who do the repairs. However, they have a warehouse in Sydney and regularly get stock shipped to Albury. It may be possible for you to drop them off in Sydney and have them taken to Albury in their bulk lot... I'll let you know.

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