Originally posted by weargle: For what it's worth, this is a patently horrible idea. The Koni adjusters are designed to fail before the damper does if overtightened. Having a solid knob could lead to premature failure of the damper because you're making the J hook the weak part of the equation rather than the adjuster. Don't prove PT Barnum right on this one.
I am including a discloser with all knobs I send out. I am not responsible for damage to any and all shocks because of overtightening and stress to the internals of the shock. I understand that the plastic knobs are designed to fail b4 the shock does. These are more designed for the "hard to reach" rear adjuster flanges on the rear shocks. AND they look good enough for the people who are in car shows to put on your shocks under the hood to show them off. I agree 100% - JOE
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