How to install Koni inserts in E36 M3 strut housings
For some mysterious reason, Koni chose to offer strut inserts instead of complete housings for the E36 M3 fitments. This requires the installer to gut the stock housings and modify them to fit the Koni inserts. While this may seem like a daunting task to someone who has never installed Koni inserts before, it's actually pretty easy.

We shot this how-to on video, instead of the normal still photos, to show just how quickly these housings can be modified.

Tools required:
- center punch
- hand drill with 1/8" and 1/2" bits
- angle grinder with cutoff wheel, exhaust pipe cutter or hacksaw
- duct tape
- oil drain pan