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KONI - Motorspot
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PRODUCTS
EMERGENCY VEHICLE SHOCK ABSORBERS
MOTORHOME SHOCK ABSORBERS
TRANSIT SHOCK ABSORBERS
COACH SHOCK ABSORBERS
STEERING DAMPERS
TECHNICAL
WELCOME TO THE
BUS & TRUCK
E L E C T R O N I C C ATA L O G
KONI Technology/Quality
Warranty
KONI Features
Field Inspection Guide
Product Specifications
Piece Parts
Adjustability & Adjustment
Procedures
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Visit our website to find out more about how
KONI North America can help you handle the
road with confidence.
www.koni-na.com/heavyduty
ADDITIONAL
KONI
Passenger Car/
Light Truck
Technical
Guide
Application
Guide
PRODUCTS
Motorsports
Dampers
Oval Track
Dampers
BETTER ROAD HANDLING AND STABILITY PROVIDES
SUPERIOR RIDE QUALITY.
When you’re responding to a call, you want a shock absorber that performs like a champ
under pressure. KONI Emergency Vehicle Shock Absorbers deliver – with better road
handling and stability, and superior ride quality for both driver and passengers.
Independent bump and rebound control allows for high rebound forces without sacrificing
an ounce of driving comfort.
Our Shock Absorbers are also adjustable, providing as much or as little compensation as
you may need for added equipment weight to the vehicle.
With our Lifetime Warranty, your fleet will also realize lower operating costs. It’s the kind
of real value that only the KONI difference can provide.
Known as the shock absorber specialist worldwide, KONI has been committed to delivering
products of the highest quality and performance for more than half a century.
Lowest
Cost Per Mile!
BUS & TRUCK
For more information, call 800-922-2616,
or visit www.koni-na.com/heavyduty
APPLICATIONS
MAIN MENU
E-One
Freightliner FL-60
E-One
Oshkosh Striker
Emergency Vehicles
Vehicle
Year
Front
Notes
Rear
C-Series 1/2 & 3/4 ton, Silverado (2WD)
87-99
30-1656
30-1657
K-Series 1/2 & 3/4 ton, Silverado, Sierra (4WD)
87-99
82-2372
82-2384
S-10 Blazer, Pickup, S-15 Jimmy, Sonoma (2WD)
83-
30-1667
30-1668
S-10 Blazer, Pickup, S-15 Jimmy, Syclone, Typhoon (4WD)
83-
30-1606
30-1607
Suburban, (C-Series 1/2 & 3/4 ton 2WD)
92-99
30-1656
30-1657
Suburban, (K-Series 1/2 & 3/4 ton 4WD)
92-99
82-2372
82-2384
Tahoe, Yukon (2WD)
95-99
30-1656
30-1657
Tahoe, Yukon (4WD)
95-99
82-2372
82-2384
Durango (2WD)
98-
30-1677
30-1674
Durango (4WD)
98-
30-1673
30-1674
E-350 Cut-Away
75-
82-2499
82-1466
E-450 Super Duty
97-
82-2499
82-1466
Expedition (4WD) w/o front air leveling
97-02
30-1669
30-1670
Explorer, All Models
95-01
30-1614
30-1502
F-150, F250 (2WD) Exc. Super Duty
97-02
30-1658
30-1659
F-150, F250 (4WD) Exc. Super Duty
Notes
Chevrolet / GMC
Utility
Dodge
Utility
Ford
Type 3
Utility
97-02
30-1669
30-1659
Ranger (2WD)
98-
30-1680
30-1672
Ranger (4WD)
98-
30-1614
30-1675
Freightliner
Type 1
FL50, FL60 w/ Airliner Susp.
88-1668
88-1657
FL50, FL60 w/ Hendrickson Susp.
88-1668
88-1458SP1
M2
88-1657
88-1657
Jeep
Utility
Cherokee, Wagoneer, Series XJ (4WD)
84-01
30-1348
30-1630
Grand Cherokee
99-03
8240-1176SPX
8240-1177SPX
Grand Cherokee
93-96
30-1624
30-1625
87-2604
82-2434
Mercedes
Type 2
Sprinter
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A. Adjust 1 full turn
B. Requires FL60 spacer kit
A,B
A,B
THE ADJUSTABLE SHOCK ABSORBER FOR ULTIMATE
COMFORT, PERFORMANCE, AND CONTROL.
You don’t have to sacrifice an ounce of driving comfort to realize high performance.
KONI Motorhome Shock Absorbers are designed to improve handling while providing
an incredibly smooth ride over even the toughest roads.
Our Shock Absorbers are externally adjustable – allowing you to tailor the ride to your
specific comfort preference, or to compensate for increased load. Either way, you’re
assured of an optimum travel experience, and the feel that only the KONI difference
can provide.
Known as the shock absorber specialist worldwide, KONI has been committed to delivering
products of the highest quality and performance for more than half a century.
We also have
shocks for your bus
conversion, including
Prevost!
BUS & TRUCK
For more information, call 800-922-2616,
or visit www.koni-na.com/heavyduty
APPLICATIONS
Country Coach Lexa
Photo courtesy of Country Coach, Inc.
Bluebird Wanderlodge
MAIN MENU
Foretravel U-320
Motorhome Applications
Vehicle
Year
Front
Notes
Rear
Notes
Beaver
90-2164-SP1
D - Coach
Bluebird Wanderlodge
90-2497-SP1
90-1951-SP1
Tag axle
88-1490
68-99
88-1503
F
88-1504
3400 Conversion
99-
A
88-1559-SP1
90-1968-SP1
90-1951-SP1
88-1641-SP1
88-1642
B
90-2572
Tag axle
90-2573
90-2573
90-2574
Tag axle
90-2164-SP1
Neway Suspension
88-1490
Reyco Suspension
88-1458-SP1
Blue Max w/velvetride
B
88-1490
C
88-1457-SP1
Eagle
90-2573
90-2573
-94
88-1458SP1
88-1547
Ridewell Frt, RAD 227 Rr
90-1968
90-1868
Reyco 1212 Frt, 102AR Rr
88-1458-SP1
88-1457-SP1
Spartan
Model 10
90-1898
C
Tag axle
90-1898
B
MC 2000
91-95
90-1898
B
Alpine/Summit
97-01
88-1657
00-02
88-1503
88-1504
88-1668
90-2587W22
Fleetwood American Dream
Reyco/Gillig or Spartan
88-1458-SP2
88-1457-SP1
B
P32
W22
E-350, E450 (97 +)
92-99
82-2499
F53 Super Duty V8
88-98
88-1652
F53 Triton V10
82-2466
99 +
88-1652
88-1653
90-1867
90-1868
Featherlite
Vogue III w/ Crown chassis
- 99
90-1943
Tag Axle
80-1490
Foretravel
U225, U-240 w/ velvetride
88-1546
U-280, U-300, U320 Series
88-1490
D,F
90-2256
88-1490
88-1668
88-1657
88-1658
88-1657
Freightliner
FL 60 w/airliner rear susp.
93-
88-1457SP1
88-1657
Workhorse
Ford
XC w/IFS
93-
88-1657
88-1657
XCS
00-
90-2563
88-1540
A,E
GMC
90-2575
90-2576-SP1
90-2433-SP1
90-2434-SP2
88-1503
88-1504
30-1662
30-1662
Monaco
A. Adjust 1 full turn
B. Adjust 1.5 turns
C. Adjust to Maximum
tag axle
88-1647
Safari
Gillig Suspension
Country Coach Lexa
90-2326
88-1646
H3, XL, XLII w/ IFS
Allure, Intrigue
Roadmaster
90-2325
90-2327
H3, XL w/ rigid front axle
90-2164-SP1
Ridewell Suspension
P3500 Class A-Motorhome
90-2587
Prevost
Gillig Chassis w/Neway
RTS Bus
90-2586
Tag axle
Affinity, Concept, Magna, MAT
Classic Bus
Rear
Navistar
Country Coach
XC w/rigid front axle
Notes
90-2588
E-Coach, J Coach
Chevrolet
Vogue
Front
Tag axle
LX, LXI
Neway IFS
Year
Motor Coach Industries
Gillig Chassis
P30 / P32 / P3500
Vehicle
D. Requires [2] 70.52.11.834.0 sleeves per shock
E. Requires Kit FL60 spacer kit
F. Special Order
90-2685
88-1644
Country Coach Allure/Intrigue
ridewell suspension
90-2670
tag axle
88-1644
Notes
LOWER YOUR COST PER MILE WITH THE SHOCK ABSORBER
THAT DELIVERS QUALITY AND VALUE.
Experience superior ride quality while reducing overall operating costs. KONI Transit
Shock Absorbers may cost a bit more, but they outdistance the competition with outstanding
durability. Your cost per mile goes down; your return on investment goes up. They’re also
adjustable, providing optimal service life. That’s KONI value.
Our Shock Absorbers feature independent bump and rebound control, allowing for high
rebound forces without sacrificing an ounce of driving comfort. Drivers experience better
road handling and stability; passengers experience a smooth and comfortable ride. It’s the
feel that only the KONI difference can provide.
Known as the shock absorber specialist worldwide, KONI has been committed to delivering
products of the highest quality and performance for more than half a century.
3 Year,
300,000 Mile
Warranty!
BUS & TRUCK
For more information, call 800-922-2616,
or visit www.koni-na.com/heavyduty
APPLICATIONS
MAIN MENU
Gillig
MCI DL 4500
Chance Opus
New Flyer 60’ High Floor
Transit Bus Applications
Vehicle
Bluebird Bus
LTC-40
Tag axle
Q-Bus (leaf suspension)
Q-Bus (reyco suspension)
Q-Bus (hendrickson suspension)
Champion Bus
Spartan Chassis
Solo (Spartan Chassis w/Granning)
Ford Conversion
E-350 / E-450 Chassis
Gillig Bus
Phantom
30'
35'-40'
Low Floor
29'
(except 29')
GMC Coach
RTS II Series
With Solid Axle
Without Solid Axle
TDH 4500, 5300 series
Goshen Coach
Spartan Chassis
MAN Bus
Americana Bus
Articulating Bus
Tag Axle
SG 220
Tag Axle
Metrotrans
Eurotrans with Ridewell Suspension
Eurotrans with Reyco Suspension
Motor Coach Industries
City Cruiser
MC5, 7, 8, 9 (Early Models)
MC5, 7, 8, 9, 12, MCI 96/102 (Mid Models)
MC5, 7, 8, 9 (Late Models)
D3
Tag Axle
DL3
Tag Axle
E Coach (Renaissance)
Tag Axle
NABI (North American Bus Ind)
Low Floor
Ikarus Bus
Model 416
Model 416 LF
Model 436
Tag Axle
A. Adjust 1 full turn
B. Adjust 1.5 turns
C. Adjust to Maximum
Front
Rear
90-2497-SP1
90-1951-SP2
88-1490
88-1422
90-2622
90-2620
90-2623
90-2621
90-1943
90-1968-SP1
88-1457-SP1
88-1641-SP1
82-2499
82-2466
90-2164-SP1
90-1908-SP1
90-2627
90-2627
90-2563
90-2423
90-2626
90-2433-SP1
90-2575
90-2434-SP2
90-2434-SP2
90-2576-SP1
90-1943
88-1457
90-5055-SP2
90-1862
90-1862
90-1862
9020-1042
88-9941
90-1862
90-1862
88-1644
90-1943
90-1951-SP2
88-1457-SP1
90-2575
90-2575
90-2575
90-2575
90-2586
90-2576-SP1
90-2586
90-2325
90-2587
90-2588
90-2587
90-2589
90-2326
90-2327
90-2184
90-2184
90-2184
90-2184
90-2184
90-2184
90-2184
Vehicle
Neoplan
Transliner
AN440
AN440L
AN445
AN460 Articulated
Tag Axle
Cityliner
AN116/3
Tag Axle
Skyliner
AN 128/4
Tag Axle
Low Floor
40'
New Flyer
Low Floor
30'
35'-40'
60' Articulated
High Floor
35'
40'
60' Articulated
Tag Axle
Invero
40'
Viking
45'
Tag Axle
Nova Bus
Classic
LFS
RTS06, RTS07, RTS08
Orion Coach
Orion
I
II
V
VI
VII
Prevost
H3 w/ Rigid Axle, XL w/ Rigid Axle
Tag Axle
VIP (H3 w/ IFS) , XL w/ IFS, XL II w/ IFS
Tag Axle
XL II w/ Rigid Axle
Tag Axle
Setra
S215, S217
Tag Axle
Thomas Built Buses
SLF 30
Van Hool
T815
Tag Axle
T940, T945, T2140, T2145
Tag Axle
Front
Rear
90-2528
90-2528
90-2528
90-2528
90-2529
90-2529
90-2529
90-2529
90-2529
90-2528
90-2529
90-2528
90-2528
90-2529
90-2528
90-1943-SP4
90-2434-SP1
90-5055-SP1
90-5055-SP2
90-5055SP1
90-2102-SP1
90-2102-SP1
90-2102-SP1
90-2366-SP1
90-2366-SP1
90-2367-SP1
90-2367-SP1
90-2367-SP1
90-2517
90-2518
90-2472-SP1
90-2473
90-2472-SP1
90-2575
90-2652
90-2433-SP1
90-2576-SP1
90-2653
90-2434-SP1
90-2251
90-2254
90-2256
90-1490
90-2693
90-2252
90-2255
90-2257
90-2257
90-2694
90-2572
90-2573
90-2573
90-2573
90-2573
90-2573
90-2573
90-2574
90-1490
90-1466
90-1466
90-1970
90-1970
88-1509
88-1509
88-1509
88-1509
90-2291
90-2291
LOWER YOUR OPERATING COSTS WHILE DRAMATICALLY
IMPROVING YOUR RIDE.
Experience superior ride quality while reducing overall operating costs. KONI Coach Shock
Absorbers may cost a bit more, but they’re built “transit tough,” outdistancing the competition
with outstanding durability. You’ll change shocks less often and reduce the overall wear on
your other suspension components. That’s KONI value.
Our Shock Absorbers feature independent bump and rebound control, allowing for high
rebound forces without sacrificing an ounce of driving comfort. Drivers experience better road
handling and stability; passengers experience a smooth and comfortable ride. It’s the feel that
only the KONI difference can provide.
Known as the shock absorber specialist worldwide, KONI has been committed to delivering
products of the highest quality and performance for more than half a century.
Our 3 Year
Warranty Is The Best
In The Industry!
BUS & TRUCK
For more information, call 800-922-2616,
or visit www.koni-na.com/heavyduty
APPLICATIONS
MAIN MENU
ABC Companies/Van Hool
MCI DL 4500
Prevost H3
Coach Applications
Vehicle
Year
Front
-02
90-2497-SP1
Notes
Rear
Notes
Bluebird
LTC-40
90-1951-SP1
Tag axle
88-1490
Eagle
Model 10
90-1898
Tag axle
C
90-1898
B
90-1898
B
GMC
Classic Bus
RTS Bus
90-2575
90-2576-SP1
90-2433-SP1
90-2434-SP2
90-2575
90-2576SP1
90-2586
90-2587
Motor Coach Industries
MC5, MC7, MC8, MC9
D - Coach
Tag axle
E-Coach, J Coach
90-2588
90-2325
Tag axle
90-2326
90-2327
Neoplan
Cityliner AN116/3
90-2528
Tag axle
Skyliner AN128/4
90-2529
90-2529
90-2528
Tag axle
90-2529
90-2529
Prevost
H3, XL w/ rigid front axle
90-2572
Tag axle
H3, XL, XLII w/ IFS
90-2573
90-2573
90-2574
Tag axle
90-2573
90-2573
Setra
S215, S217
90-1490
Tag axle
90-1466
90-1466
Van Hool
T815
88-1509
Tag axle
T940, T945, T2140, T2145
A. Adjust 1 full turn
B. Adjust 1.5 turns
C. Adjust to maximum
88-1509
90-2291
Tag axle
F. Special Order
88-1509
90-2291
88-1509
ROLL STRAIGHT DOWN
THE HIGHWAY WITH
LESS FATIGUE AND
GREATER CONFIDENCE.
You'll never have to fight the wheel
to roll straight and easy down the
highway. KONI Motorhome
Steering Dampers feature a unique
triple-tube that allows you to control
wheel shimmy without using large
centering springs or expensive
hydraulics. The result is a controlled
ride, even in a crosswind or on a
crowned road.
Unlike spring
loaded
No large
centering spring
for increased
driving comfort!
shocks, KONI dampers effectively
damp out vibrations when the
wheels are pointed straight, without
a bit of hindrance while cornering.
You’ll also gain peace of mind.
Our dampers help control shimmy
and vibrations, especially on rough
roads and at high speeds. In the
event there’s a front tire blow out,
the forces in the shock will resist any
sudden movement of the steering
For more information, call 800-922-2616,
or visit www.koni-na.com/heavyduty
mechanism. After proper installation,
no adjustments are necessary. You’ll
experience the driving confidence
and feel that only the KONI difference can provide.
Known as the shock absorber specialist worldwide, KONI has been committed to delivering products of the
highest quality and performance for
more than half a century.
BUS & TRUCK
MAIN MENU
Prevost Conversion
Country Coach Lexa
Photo courtesy of Country Coach, Inc.
Bluebird Wanderlodge
Foretravel U-320
TECHNOLOGY / QUALITY
KONI TECHNOLOGY
Koni manufactures a wide range of damper styles.
Our Ride Development engineers exploit this
broad product range by choosing the damper style
and tuning it to each new application. The result
is superior performance and unmatched durability.
If you have an issue with your current shock
absorbers (poor ride quality or durability), you
would be wise to try Koni. If you do not see your
specific application in our catalog, call us. We are
constantly developing new shocks, and as a custom manufacturer, we have a flexible production
schedule.
KONI QUALITY
Koni products come in one quality: the very best.
We use top quality materials and our production
processes are carried out with precision. Finally,
every damper is inspected and tested before it
leaves the factory.
To the left are two of our more popular damper
designs, the Mono-tube gas hydraulic damper,
and twin tube hydraulic damper.
A. Piston Rod
B. Pressure cylinder
C. Reservoir Tube
D. Piston Rod Guide
E. Piston
F. Floating Piston
G. Hydraulic Rebound Stop (See Page 2)
H. Foot Valve
J. Oil
K. High Pressure Nitrogen Gas
MONO-TUBE GAS
HYDRAULIC DAMPER
TWIN TUBE
HYDRAULIC DAMPER
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KONI FEATURES/
HYDRAULIC REBOUND
KONI FEATURES
300,000 Mile 3 Year
Warranty – A Koni
Exclusive
Koni technology has produced a
superior shock that can take the
punishment and keep working.
Our warranty is the longest in the
industry, and it applies to all
vocations.
Lower Operating Cost
Precision manufacturing processes, high quality materials, special
designs, and intensive testing
regimes go into all of our shocks.
The fact that they last longer
than standard shocks makes
them less expensive over the
long haul.
Ride Quality
Shock absorbers play a major
role in road handling, comfort,
stability and braking. That is why
Koni takes the time to design
each shock for the application it
will be used on.
Complete Customization
Koni has a comprehensive range
of over 2,500 types of shocks
that fit applications ranging from
race cars to 100-ton locomotives.
Koni engineers use this range to
ensure you get the correct shock
for your application. If you do not
see your application listed, call
us and we will work with you to
Koni equip your fleet.
World Wide Reputation
Koni is known as the shock
absorber specialist worldwide.
We commit ourselves to delivering the finest quality product with
the best performance. This philosophy results in unrivaled durability, superb road performance
and maximum customer satisfaction.
HYDRAULIC REBOUND STOP (88, 90, 91, AND 92 SERIES)
Our hydraulic rebound stop is designed to protect
the components of today's low friction suspensions, including the shock mounts, air springs (on
an air suspension), and the shocks themselves.
Benefits of Koni Hydraulic Rebound
• No dead length is added to the shock
• Insignificant weight penalty for this feature
• Velocity and position sensitive, which reduces
stress on the shock and chassis frame
• Dramatically increases the forces in the last
3/4” (20mm) of travel. This reduces the force at
which the piston tops out.
MAIN MENU
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
88-90 Series Twin Tube
The twin tube is our most popular heavy duty shock absorber.
We have developed applications ranging from motorhome to
heavy truck to transit with this shock. It is very durable and
gives a comfortable yet controlled ride.
Unique Benefits
• Independent bump and rebound control allow for high rebound forces without sacrifice of ride quality
• Patented slow-opening foot valve for greater comfort
• Hydraulic rebound stop protects air suspension components
• 100% adjustment of rebound forces possible without use of
special tools
• 40% more oil in reservoir than needed for shock to function
properly
Primary Applications
These two series of shocks span the entire heavy duty line.
You will find applications for class 6-8 trucks, transit buses,
over the road coaches, motorhomes, emergency vehicles, and
many specialty applications.
Characteristics – Twin Tube Shocks
CHARACTERISTIC
Primary Application
Piston Rod
Dust Shield
Reserve Tube
Piston Bore
Adjustable
88 SERIES
Medium – Heavy Duty
11/16
2 1/2
2 1/8
1 7/16
Yes
NEXT
90 SERIES
Heavy Duty
11/16
3 1/8
2 3/4
1 5/8
Yes
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
91 Series Twin Tube
The 91 series shock is designed after our popular 2812 racing
damper – only much larger for heavy duty applications.
Unique Benefits
• Has a potential static load capacity of 10 metric tons
• Can handle high working temperatures due to special shock oil
and seals
• Can handle high lateral forces due to thick piston rod and rod guide
• Can be mounted horizontally due to special foot valve
Primary Applications
This shock is used on trailers, military, and light rail applications.
Characteristics – 91 Series Shock
CHARACTERISTIC
Primary Application
Piston Rod
Dust Shield
Reserve Tube
Piston Bore
Adjustable
MEASUREMENT
Heavy - Heavy Heavy
13/16
3 1/8
2 3/4
2
No
92 Series Twin Tube
This shock is reserved for heavy-heavy applications.
Unique Benefits
• Special wide body reservoir allows for better heat dissipation
• Large piston bore and rod can generate very high forces
• Robust construction meets military standards world wide
Primary Applications
This shock is used on military, heavy rail, and heavy specialty
applications.
Characteristics – 92 Series Shock
CHARACTERISTIC
Primary Application
Piston Rod
Dust Shield
Reserve Tube
Piston Bore
Adjustable
MEASUREMENT
Heavy Heavy
15/16
3 3/4
3 1/4
1 15/16
yes
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ADJUSTABILITY/
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES
KONI ADJUSTABILITY
Koni shock absorbers have up to
100% reserve damping that can be
applied by simple adjustment procedures. Through this adjustment, it is
possible to compensate for loss of
damping force and lengthen the optimal service life two to three times.
This adjustment feature can also be
used to compensate for added weight
on a vehicle.
Unique to Koni, each adjustment
position represents increased damping forces over the entire force/veloc-
ity range. This feature allows proportionate damping at low and high
speeds. Below is a force velocity
graph of a Koni shock absorber.
Koni shocks are designed for optimal
performance at minimum position,
and should be fitted as received.
Once you have tested your vehicle,
you can modify the damping characteristics as necessary.
Remember that adjustments must
always be carried out in pairs.
Failure to adjust the shocks the same
amount on one axle will lead to problems such as uneven tire wear.
Please follow the procedures on the
following page to adjust Koni shock
absorbers.
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES – 88, 90 AND 92 SERIES
In many cases, the twin tube shock can be adjusted
while still on the vehicle. Remove the lower mount (you
may have to loosen the upper mount), and follow the
steps below.
1. Fully collapse the shock absorber while turning it
counterclockwise until you feel the cams of the
adjusting nut engage in the recesses of the footvalve
(figure 1).
2. The damper may have already been adjusted so
check to see if it is set at minimum position. Gently
turn it counterclockwise, keeping track of half turns,
until a stop is felt (figure 2). Do not use force.
figure 1
figure 2
3. Increase the force in the damper by turning it clockwise in increments of half-turns. If the damper had
been previously adjusted, add the number of half
turns found in step two (figure 3 & 4).
4. Pull the shock absorber apart vertically without turning for at least 1/2” to disengage the adjusting mechanism. The piston rod may now be turned freely and
the shock absorber can be refitted.
figure 3
figure 4
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LIMITED WARRANTY
PASSENGER CAR, LIGHT TRUCK,
MOTORHOME & MOTORCYCLE
KONI Inc. warrants all new KONI shock absorbers to the original retail purchaser (purchased after 5/1/80) against defects
in material and workmanship, excluding mounting rubbers,
washers and bushings, when used under normal operating
conditions for as long as such purchaser owns the vehicle on
which the KONI shock absorbers were originally installed. This
warranty does not apply to, and KONI makes no warranty for,
shock absorbers that have been installed;
• Improperly;
• As original equipment on any vehicle except Ford
Mustang SVO;
• On any vehicle that has been modified for a use other than
or in addition to its originally intended use;
• For an application that is not specified in the KONI literature;
• On any vehicle that has been used off-road, for racing or
for any other driving competition.
HEAVY DUTY TRUCK & BUS
KONI Inc. warrants all new KONI shock absorbers to the original retail purchaser against defects in material and workmanship, excluding mounting rubbers, washers and bushings,
when used under normal operating conditions for a period of
3 years or 300,000 miles, whichever occurs first, (purchased
after July 1, 1990). This warranty does not apply to, and KONI
makes no warranty for, shock absorbers that have been
installed:
• Improperly
• As original equipment on any vehicle which was manufactured outside of the U.S.A.;
• On any vehicle that has been modified for a use other than
or in addition to its originally intended use;
• For an application that is not specified in the KONI literature;
• On any vehicle that has been used off-road, for racing or
for any other driving competition.
In the event of defect, malfunction or failure of the KONI shock
absorbers to conform with this warranty, the original purchaser must complete the KONI warranty claim form and return it
with the shock absorbers, a copy of the vehicle's current registration and the dated proof of purchase to the dealer from
which the shock absorbers were purchased, or to any authorized KONI distributor, or the KONI Inc. Upon verification, warrantor or its servicing organization will repair or replace the
shock absorbers at no cost to the original user. However, warrantor will not pay for the cost of the installation of the new or
repaired shock absorbers, and the cost of postage and return
shipping cost shall be prepaid by the original purchaser.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may
have other rights which vary from state to state.
THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED SOLELY TO THE ABOVE AND
THIS WARRANTY AND ANY WARRANTIES IMPLIED BY
STATE LAW WILL APPLY ONLY FOR THE TERM STATED
ABOVE.
THE WARRANTOR WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS,
DAMAGE, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
OF ANY KIND WHETHER BASED UPON WARRANTY, CONTRACT OR NEGLIGENCE AND ARISING IN CONNECTION
WITH THE SALE USE OR REPAIR OF THE PRODUCT.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW
LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, OR ALLOW THE
EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS OR
EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. UNLESS OTHERWISE CONTRARY TO STATE LAW GOVERNING THE PURCHASE, THE WARRANTOR'S LIABILITY SHALL NOT IN ANY
CASE EXCEED THE CONTRACT PRICE FOR THE PRODUCT
CLAIMED TO BE DEFECTIVE OR UNSUITABLE
(THIS WARRANTY IS APPLICABLE IN THE U.S.A. AND
CANADA ONLY.)
WARRANTY RETURN PROCEDURE
1 Contact dealer from which shock absorbers were
purchased, OR contact KONI, 1961 International Way,
Hebron, KY 41048, attention KONI Warranty,
Phone: 859-586-4100, to obtain a Return Goods
Authorization number.
2 Provide dated proof of purchase.
4 Provide your name, address, day phone number, make,
model & year of vehicle and description of defect.
5 Return defective unit(s) - (freight prepaid) - with all mounting parts and items 2, 3 and 4.
6 Upon determination of valid warranty KONI will repair or
replace at its discretion.
3 Provide copy of current vehicle registration form.
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KONI Heavy Duty Dampers
Field Inspection Guide
Extend shock fully and look for the following
Shock is Misting
Road Grime
Shock is Leaking
An even coating of oil is
present on shock body.
Mud mixed with oil caked on
exterior of shock. Evidence
of misting present.
Oil is leaking in streams
above road grime area.
Drops of oil present on shock.
SHOCK IS OK
SHOCK IS OK
REPLACE
VEHICLE RIDING SOFT? ADJUST FIRST!
1. Remove shock and compress fully until you feel the
adjuster engage (See figure 1).
2. Make sure the shock is in unadjusted position by
turning counter clockwise while counting 1/2 turns.
3. To increase the rebound damping, turn the piston
rod clockwise up to 2 1/2 turns (See figure 2).
4. Extend shock to disengage mechanism and re-install.
FIG. 1
OTHER CONCERNS
• Attachments broken
• Shock will not adjust
• Poor Ride Quality (see adjustment procedure)
FIG. 2
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PIECE PARTS
Part Number
O.D.
I.D.
Length
Related Parts
Application Information
CONICAL RUBBER
15.23.33.002.0
15.23.33.008.0
70.23.33.005.1
0.75
1.00
1.00
1.69
1.85
1.73
0.63
0.63
0.75
1.00
1.00
1.97
1.81
1.77
1.97
1.97
Each Eye requires two bushings.
Do not over-torque. Tighten to
recommended length only.
RUBBERBLOCK
70.52.25.081.0
70.52.25.141.0
70.52.25.156.0
70.52.25.261.0
70.52.25.091.1
RUBBER BUSHING
15.23.34.013.0
15.23.34.027.0
15.23.34.030.0
70.52.12.077.0
70.52.11.195.0
70.52.11.208.0
Requires steel bushing insert.
1.75
1.65
1.83
2.01
15.23.34.027.0
15.23.34.030.0
15.23.33.008.0
15.23.34.013.0
Eye adapter used with rubber
bushings.
1.04
0.91
0.69
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90 Series Shock
88 Series Shock
90 Series Shock
STEEL BUSHING INSERT
70.52.11.195.0
70.52.11.208.0
70.52.11.834.0
70.52.12.077.0
1.02
0.79
1.00
0.83
0.75
0.57
0.75
0.75
PIN TYPE BUSHING
15.23.31.041.0
15.23.31.087.0
15.23.31.122.0
2.36
2.05
2.36
0.79
0.79
0.79
PISTON SLEEVE
70.52.11.002.0
70.52.11.008.0
Needed for top pin mount to
accept rubber bushing.
LOCK NUT M16
CENTERING RING
Part Number
Part Number
1037.94.16.16
70.51.02.016.1
PLASTIC NUT CAP
CLAMPING PLATE
Part Number
Part Number
15.23.24.001.0
70.51.03.039.0 (small)
70.51.03.049.2 (large)
ACRYLIC SHOCK
Part Number
Lengths
Application
1030.10.29.00
IMax 15”, IMin 10.5”
Great Training Resource
Visit our web site for the correct replacement mounting kit for your shocks.
www.koni-na.com/heavyduty
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C O N TA C T I N F O R M AT I O N
JUSTIN MCCOY
Sales and Marketing Manager
859-586-4100 ext. 314
[email protected]
JIM RYAN
Fleet Sales Representative
859-586-4100 ext. 339
[email protected]
World Leader In Adjustable
Suspension Technology
BUS & TRUCK
KONI North America
1961-A International Way
Hebron, KY 41048
A division of ITT Industries
1-800-922-2616
Phone: 859-586-4100
Fax: 859-334-3340
http:\\www.koni.com (Worldwide)
www.koni-na.com (North America)
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