KYB Tech Tip: Use The Supplied Nut

KYB Tech Tip: Use The Supplied Nut

For production purposes and quality consistency, KYB may supply a special nut that matches the new mounting stud.

Use the supplied nut!

Always use the new nut supplied! When a threaded nut is included with a KYB shock or strut it is necessary to use the new nut: Do not re-use the old one. For production purposes and quality consistency, KYB may supply a special nut that matches the new mounting stud.

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