Originally posted by Herminator
It'e been a long time since I've rebuilt my shocks but you should have a small top hate shapped piece that fits snugly in the alloy end piece. Then there's a couple of o-rings (clear rubber) then a black plastic piece with one flat edge to it. This is held in by a C shaped sprung wire, which has a straight section that fits onto the flat section of the plastic piece and should clip under a small rim in the alloy end piece. Then there's a rubber ring that fits around the threaded section and compresses when you tighten the two alloy pieces together.
You should be able to see what I mean from the manual.
Thank you so much
Actually I don't own a Cuda (perhaps it would be my next car), I bought some shock bodies for my mini RS4, they didn't include any manual.
If I don't misunderstand you the"small top hate shapped piece" contains the o-ring and the shims and is contained by the alloy o-ring retainer,...
I will try to find an english part list for it...perhaps you have a link for that
I can't find the Triox website where I should be able to download it
Thanks again...I didn't imagine those shocks were so complex to build (I mean so many parts)..