good front shocks are very helpful but they don't in my experience
help the rear axle cope with rough surfaces in cornering. For that,
you need new, better/more modern rear shocks. (Sorry Ed.)
On Sun, 21 Feb 2010 19:33:50 -0800 (PST), you wrote:
::I have Koni shocks on the front of my BN7 for about 6 years now. They're
great. I imagine the step up is like the bilsteins. The performance
improvements over stock are nice to have. Hope that helps.
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::To: James Sailer <bj8Healey@msn.com>; Healey List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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::Subject: [Healeys] List experience - other tube shock conversion?
::So - it appeared that most of the comments regarding this particular tube
::shock conversion were positive.
::Leads me to ask: are there other conversion kits available? Anyone have
::experience with those, too?
::I'd be interested to hear input from anyone that has done the Putzke's
::FAHRPASS bilstein shock conversion. I am proceeding with my BJ8 suspension
::steering work and would like input. I have Dennis Welch rear BJ8 springs
::the way, along with adjustable trunion bushes and their front lowering kit.
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