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    Struts - Koni or Boge

    How can I identify if the front struts on my 1970 911T are Koni or Boge?

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    Konis are Red and Boge are black, aren't they? I believe there is a Koni insert made for the Boge strut, though, so no telling what the shock is by the outside color.


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    Paragon Products
    Also, the gland nut (the nut that holds the insert into the strut housing) is fine thread on Koni and coarse thread on Boge.

    Jason Burkett
    Paragon Products

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    Rick Cabell
    I would like to make the additional comment that when shopping for Koni struts, Paragon Products had the best price by a long shot. Most of the big Koni advertisers couldn't even get front struts for SWB cars. They had a listing but no stock and had no idea when they would be off "back order".

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    I want some pics of your new baby! Sorry I missed you at the German Autofest. I didn't make it home from N.Y. in time. Keep in touch

    Rob Wolford

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