Disassembly is straightforward. Compress the spring enough to release the pressure on the lower perch and the semi circular clips, remove the clips, pull off the perch, and slowly decompress the spring again, remove shock and rubbers.
A quick test of the shocks reveal no issues. They seem to compress and rebound identically so now I am not sure they were the source of the handling problems I experienced back in December.
However, the bushes are shot, and have been mangled upon installation. I’d even wager that they were hammered in rather than pressed in. Plus the shock bodies needs refinishing cosmetically so the shocks are going back to Koni for restoration in the next couple of weeks.