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Old 12-27-2012, 08:41 PM   #21
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Im not familiar with Donahoe. Google says that they went out of business a few years ago. Would it even be possible to replace parts on them?
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Old 12-27-2012, 08:55 PM   #24
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Soooo how much would it cost to fix these bad boys. Any ideas?
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Old 12-27-2012, 09:48 PM   #26
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100 bucks a coil over. more if you want to make them extended travel. Thats also if you have some one do it.

You can do it yourself tho for pretty cheap..
It's $125 per shock through Icon. That's just the seals, oil and cleanup. Anything else will cost more but these shouldn't need anything else. Also extending them is free when your getting them rebuilt so might as well. I have a set of Donahoes I put on my 4runner and I absolutely love them. Much better than my old saw 2.0's. I highly recommend them and whoever buys these should just have Tacomx ship them directly to Icon if your going to get them rebuilt. Makes it cheaper that way.
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Old 12-27-2012, 10:19 PM   #27
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If i bought these id probably do the rebuild myself. Id need to get something for the rear anyway so if they just sat for a while it wouldnt be a big deal. Im going to check the budget tomorrow.
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Yeah I've heard the rebuild isn't bad and extending them requires removing a spacer or something like that. Pretty simple. I'll probably rebuild mine at some point and resi them. Hopefully you can pick them up.
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It's $125 per shock through Icon. That's just the seals, oil and cleanup. Anything else will cost more but these shouldn't need anything else. Also extending them is free when your getting them rebuilt so might as well. I have a set of Donahoes I put on my 4runner and I absolutely love them. Much better than my old saw 2.0's. I highly recommend them and whoever buys these should just have Tacomx ship them directly to Icon if your going to get them rebuilt. Makes it cheaper that way.

interesting..extended for free huh?

well shit thats a good deal.
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need a longer shaft to make them extended too..
Not from what I've read. I can't find it exactly, but it all has to do with the spacer. The spacer limits the travel on the regular version, but replacing the spacer with a smaller one or removing it all together (can't remember which) it allows the shaft to travel further, thus gaining the extended travel. Regardless I remember multiple sources saying it was free if they were already rebuilding them.
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Im not familiar with Donahoe. Google says that they went out of business a few years ago. Would it even be possible to replace parts on them?
Icon bought Donahoe. Icon shocks are Donahoe shocks with a new logo on them. Icon will rebuild Donahoe shocks, so will just about anyone who does suspension work. Icon quoted me ~$150 a side to rebuild them.

Edit: just saw everyone's posts above me (I'm on my phone). Thanks guys.
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300 and ill pay shipping how much does id cost to get them up to perfect condition again
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Here you go. http://www.iconvehicledynamics.com/t...shock-service/

$125 per shock for rebuild and $185 per side for a Resi.
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Bump. Come on people, don't make an offer then say you can't get them yet!!
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It took me a while to sell my danohoes as well, some people just dont get these are ICON's..... Oh well free bump and somebody buy these, cheaper to buy and rebuild these then buy brand new coilovers, good deal IMO...
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