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Most external adjustments are made by placing the KONI knob on an adjuster tab under the hood or in the back of a vehicle. And some independently adjust rebound and compression damping. We'll show you how to make these adjustments in this episode of KONI's "How to" video series.
Some KONI monotube, high-pressure, gas-charged dampers can be externally adjusted. This video in KONI's "How to" series illustrates the steps to take to do so.
This video in KONI's "How to" series illustrates the steps to take to make adjustments to your dampers using the external knob. Follow along and hear their helpful tips.
The sweep window adjuster is used when an adjuster tab isn't an option. If your vehicle utilizes this type of adjuster, watch KONI's "How to" video for step-by-step assistance.
Internally adjusted dampers must be adjusted prior to installation on the car or removed from the vehicle to be adjusted. In this installment in KONI's "How to" series we learn how this is done.
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