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tobiroppo 03-14-2021 09:32 PM

Shock Absorbers
Hello, I would like to know if anyone here used Bilstein shocks before? I'm planning to add height to my truck and use larger mud tires to try off-road. This is the first time that I'll be installing aftermarket parts to my truck so I need to know if the parts that I'm choosing are the best in the market. Any feedback is highly appreciated.

lensemark73 07-25-2021 04:02 PM

This is one of the reasons why it is worth having car insurance. I made mine in carshield right after buying the car. But when I saw EnGenius AP Configuration, I made sure that it was correct to contact the carshield phone number. But your work is still impressive.

sfonteno 03-30-2022 07:14 PM

Bilstein are fantastic middle of the pack shocks. If you go up in price you start getting into race level shocks.

As for fitment, look up your oem shocks, figure out the travel length, and make sure the new shocks can be adjusted to that range. Most parts stores or performance shops will help you out fyi.

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