Volkswagen Combi / Panel / Transporter Type II 1979, Classic Driver or Passenger Side Shock Absorber by Koni®. Quantity: 1 per Pack. Special Order Part. The Koni Classic line makes modern shock absorber technology available for classic cars and cars from the ‘40s, ‘50s and ‘60s. They have the same superior qualities which the KONI Specials offer to modern cars. Classic and replacement shocks are finished with the traditional black. Today‘s technology in yesterday‘s cars. Highly evolved damper technology for an elaborately renovated classic, with the same superior quality which KONl offers to modern cars. Because for the classic look of a car, one should never settle for compromises when it comes to safety and road holding.
Notes: It’s recommended to replace shock or strut in pairs (passenger and driver side at the same time).
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- Twin-Tube internal design
- Increased dynamics
- Precise reaction to steering and commands
- Adjustable and available for almost every vehicle
- Broad application range
- Rebound adjustable
- Modern damper technology
- Better handling and classic looks
- Superior driving comfort
KONI® has been in business for 150 years, involved in automobile dampers since 1932 and has produced adjustable telescopic dampers since 1945. In addition, though known best for cars, KONI also builds shocks for trucks, buses, RVs and railway rolling stock as well. What this adds up to is well-earned design and manufacturing experience. As the maker of the industry's very first adjustable shock absorber, electronic drag racing shocks and today's patented FSD (Frequency Selective Damping) street shocks, KONI has long demonstrated that product improvement means product innovation. As a niche maker of high-performance shocks, KONI is small enough to interact with its customers on a regular basis, even having a Tech Line staffed every working day with KONI technicians, many of whom are car enthusiasts just like you. What this means is that you receive the personal attention missing in most product businesses today.