KONI revolutionized the suspension industry with the invention of the first adjustable hydraulic shock absorber. Since this, KONI continues to set the benchmark for in suspension technology. KONI innovates, engineers and manufactures market leading performance and adjustable shock absorbers, providing customers with a comfortable, safe and sustainable driving experience in any vehicle, across any terrain. one of the special products in Ram Promaster 1500/2500/3500 Koni Rear Shocks W/ Rear Leaf Springs
Koni is Known for a proud and successful history in motor sports, KONI has and continues to work with leading teams across rally and racing, including winning Grand Prix World Championships, to solve suspension problems and develop new innovative technologies. KONI also has a long history of working with companies to develop Original Equipment (O.E.) applications which transform vehicle driving quality and experiences.
RAM ProMaster 1500 | 2500 | 3500 KONI Rear Shocks
These shocks are for Ram Promaster vans WITH Rear Leaf Spring systems.
FSDz06 = For vans with rear shock 469mm max. and 307mm min. lengths
FSDz08 = For vans with rear shocks 444mm max. and 295mm min. lengths
In order to get you the correct shocks, we need to know what you currently have on your RAM ProMaster Van. We need either the current part number or the current lengths. If you are confused, please email email@example.com or call us at 503-427-2270
The price shown is for ONE KONI FSD Rear Shock
Compatibility: All RAM ProMaster Vans (2014-Present) w/ Rear Leaf Springs
Placement: Rear Shocks
I'm confused about something. I need to know how many of these am I going to get for this price. Could you tell me?
The answer is that you get one of these shocks for the price listed.
I've seen places talking about FSD but I haven't seen anywhere actually say what it means. Could you tell me so I can get an idea of what I'm looking at here?
FSD stands for Frequency Selective Damping.
What is frequency selective damping? Why should I care about it?
The manufacturer says that this is an advancement in shock absorption. The shock is said to adjust to the condition of the road and also how you are driving as well. The two factors that make up the realities of how smooth or rough your ride feels.
Could you tell me if I am able to adjust these Koni shocks? I'd like an adjustable set.
Unfortunately, these shocks are not adjustable according to what we have heard from the customers who own this product.
How many of these shocks do I need for my vehicle?
You will, at least, need two rear shocks for your van. Please remember that the price you see listed is only for one of these items. You will have to purchase two of them at the minimum.