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People with KYB AGX's help me out on this. #153354 Apr 13, 12:43pm Apr 13, 12:43pm
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People with KYB AGX's help me out on this.
I got my KYB AGX's in today. Now waiting for my Eibach Pro kit. I noticed the rear shocks don't have the dampening dial on the side but on the top. Is that normal? Shouldn't they be on the side?

Adjusting them now means taking out the entire trunk plastics (and my sub-boxes etc..)

Re: People with KYB AGX's help me out on this. [Re: Immo] #153355 Apr 13, 12:54pm Apr 13, 12:54pm
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yea thats right...they are on top...there is a little tool you adjust it with...i'm pretty sure...can't remember on mine 100% thumbsup

Re: People with KYB AGX's help me out on this. [Re: trog2233] #153356 Apr 13, 1:02pm Apr 13, 1:02pm
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What setting are yours?
with which springs?

Re: People with KYB AGX's help me out on this. #153357 Apr 13, 1:23pm Apr 13, 1:23pm
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Originally Posted by Immo
I got my KYB AGX's in today. Now waiting for my Eibach Pro kit. I noticed the rear shocks don't have the dampening dial on the side but on the top. Is that normal? Shouldn't they be on the side?

Adjusting them now means taking out the entire trunk plastics (and my sub-boxes etc..)

It is normal. It's what I have.
Litle bit not comfortable to adjust the rear level.
P.S.When you install your rear struts make sure that you put the adjustment wheel on the top of the strut before you slide that B-Yach in!!! Remember that!!!
Here is my set:

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Re: People with KYB AGX's help me out on this. #153358 Apr 13, 1:32pm Apr 13, 1:32pm
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Installed.

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