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      06-15-2013, 09:48 PM   #1
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Coilover Maintenance

Because coilovers are an expensive investment, I thought I would start a thread on how to best maintain them. This is partiularly challenging for people who live in northern climates. While researching on how to maintain coilovers in cold weather climates, I found this interesting article from Tein: http://teinusa-blog.com/tein-damper-maintainence/

For those who have managed to keep their coilovers well maintained over several years (on previous cars), what did you do to keep them in good shape?
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