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Old 10-06-2009, 10:41 PM
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How does one go about rebuilding a Spoon/Showa damper? Any recommendations on a reputable company capable of successfully rebuilding these?
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I have the same coilovers, which need to be rebuilt. Try calling opak racing.
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what coilover system uses showa shocks?
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Old 10-08-2009, 10:19 AM
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Spoon, and I believe the OEM system is as well.
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i don't believe the oem can be rebuilt though...
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Any updates?
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Anyone find a shop?
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2019 still looking for rebuild options...
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Same answer. The oem shocks, and the non adjustable Spoon Showa shocks are non rebuildable. There is no way to disassemble them.
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Are you looking to do this for classing reasons, or is it about remaining original?
If it is the former there are other options to retain stock springs and have someone custom valve dampers.


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