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Koni Adjustables Now In
> I did have trouble
>tightening the top bolt (shock damper rod bolt) on the rears as the way
>the rubber isolator is shaped you can't get acess to the bolt with a
>open end wrench so that you can hold the rod. I ended up using a air
>impact on it even though the Koni instructions warn against using air
>tools to tighten. Not sure how other people are doing this.
i bought a double-ended hazet tool that has the correct sizes for the
audi oem (boge?) piston rod and the koni piston rod.
then i bought a 17mm deep socket and cut a window in it large enough to
accomodate the other tool.
i couldn't have removed the originals without the correct tool...