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Old 11-07-2010, 11:56 PM   #1
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Icon coilover rebuild/seal kit

Are your Donahoe(All) or Icon coilovers(serial #s lower than 1400) blown? Are they due for a rebuild?
If you're willing to rebuild your own shocks I have four sets of Icon coilover rebuild kits. That's enough rebuild kits to do four shocks without the remote reservoir. Icon sells them for thirty-five bucks a shock and Seventy-five if you want them to install them. Do it yourself and save some coin. I'm only looking to get $20 a kit. Pictured items below the standard seal kit are extra. Prices are posted. Located in Murrieta, CA.

Std. Seal Kit: $20

Rod bearing and spiro-locks: $12 each bearing and $1 each spiro-lock

Wear band: $4 each

Coil adjuster set screw: $1 each

Valve Shims: I have .925x.015 / 1.050x.015 / 1.275x.015 / 1.30x.015 / 1.30x.020 / 1.425x.015 / 1.55x.015 / 1.55x.020 $1 a shim
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Old 11-08-2010, 09:10 AM   #2
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Old 11-08-2010, 10:14 AM   #4
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do you need extra parts for the resi ones? also, is this for the 2.5 fronts, or 2.0 rears?
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Old 11-08-2010, 10:36 AM   #5
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do you need extra parts for the resi ones? also, is this for the 2.5 fronts, or 2.0 rears?
These are for any 2.5" Icons, front coilovers included. They will not work for 2.0 rears. The remote reservoir coilovers require two extra o-rings for the reservoir end caps. I have what you need but it will leave me short for the other seal kits. I doubt the reservoir end caps o-rings are an extreme wear item. You would just replace the high wear items inside your remote resi icons with the kit I am selling. A kit includes two h-wipers for the shaft, an o-ring for the seal head, and an o-ring for the floating piston.
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Old 11-08-2010, 01:16 PM   #6
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thanks for the info. i don't actually need them now. i'm hoping to revalve the fronts in a year or so, so when i do that i figure i might as well do the seals too while i have them apart. i'll keep an eye on this thread in case they don't sell by then.

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Seals installed! Thanks, I should have got the dividing piston wear bands and an extra conical bearing off you.
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Seals installed! Thanks, I should have got the dividing piston wear bands and an extra conical bearing off you.
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You're very welcome. Nice job on the install. I'm sure the wear band will be fine. As for the bearing, if you they don't begin to rattle I wouldn't worry about it. A buddy of mine had some uniballs that were beyond shot and he just milked them until they rattled horribly. Only then did he replace them. No harm done.
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You're very welcome. Nice job on the install. I'm sure the wear band will be fine. As for the bearing, if you they don't begin to rattle I wouldn't worry about it. A buddy of mine had some uniballs that were beyond shot and he just milked them until they rattled horribly. Only then did he replace them. No harm done.
I was in patient and in a hurry when I ordered and didn't have the shocks apart yet. I got the piston bands and the dividing piston wear bands from Icon. I had one bearing and ordered 2 from you, then I thought I better just replace them all.
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Any chance you still have these? It's a long shot, but I figured I'd ask.
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