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    does anyone ever use a different gland nut on their strut tubes ? i got measurement problems after trying to fit kyb agx shocks into my ae86 converted struts.

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    I always needed to use the special KYB gland nuts to fit KYB struts as they are different. The KYB struts have a thinner wall unlike the stock ones that are more tappered. The stock ones should be fairly easy to bore out on a lathe though.
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    yeah well im thinking of boreing out the ae86 gland nut a bit and shaveing the bottom of my shocker a bit too? will that be okay?, the kyb glant nuts wont fit my strut tubes cause of different thread

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