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    Koni Strut 901.341.067.05

    $550, I will cover shipping in continental US.

    Selling a Koni Strut with dust cover, part # 901.341.067.05 (3" caliper spacing) along with a New Koni Insert install last May (86-1308), steering arm (passenger side) and brake shield bracket.

    This strut was on my 67-912 since I bought it in 2017. Replaced with a correct BOGE to match the drivers side this winter.

    It should clean up really well, the bearing races are perfect.

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    Item is now sold for $475

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