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    WTB: SWB Koni front strut dust cover (top)

    Need one metal Koni dust cover for SWB strut.

    I have one but I can't find the other strut top cover "hat" to save my life. I don't suppose anyone has an extra?

    Best,
    Andy in New Hampshire

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