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BilsteinHD Shock (Premium, Performance Street)

2000 Chevrolet Camaro Z28
  • Front fitment
    Housing: Shock Housing
    Non Adjustable
    Front fitment. Heavy duty. Requires use of the OE spring perch. Will not work if OE spring perch is not available.

    Price: $139.00 (each)
    Estimated Availability: In Stock
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    Manufacturer Part #: 24-024068
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Car Icon 1999 Toyota 4Runner Limited 4wd
Vehicle Miles: 80,000 All Suspension Products on Vehicle
Location: IRVINE, CA Shocks: Bilstein HD Shock
Driving Style: Spirited Chassis Products: N/A
Miles of product use: 1,000 Spring: N/A
Satisfaction Rating: 6 Coil-Over: N/A

Bought this Bilstein HD for my 99 4Runner. I gave it an overal 6 because these are great shocks but not the right ones for me. After reading the reviews from everybody, I was expecting this super stiff ride. I was so wrong. It was total opposite. I got a squishy bouncy ride. More than I preferred. I really wanted a stiff ride for better handling and the stock shocks were stiffer than these. Dont get me wrong, the ride is equal to riding in a smooth Cadillac sedan, but that s not what I want. If you prefer the smooth ride then these are for you. Installation was about a 6/10 difficulty. Front ones were easy but the rear was a little tight getting in. Really, trying to tighten them once they were on was a pain due to little space on top. Again, these were to squishy for me. I prefer the stocks which were Tokico.

-- Review submitted 2013-11-23


Car Icon 2001 Audi TT Roadster
Vehicle Miles: 84,000 All Suspension Products on Vehicle
Location: MAGALIA, CA Shocks: Bilstein HD Shock
Driving Style: Spirited Chassis Products: N/A
Miles of product use: 78,000 Spring: Stock
Satisfaction Rating: 10 Coil-Over: N/A

The rear shocks were installed about as easily as it gets. Up front, however, the struts (#35-046370) were far more challenging! The problem, was the location of the support brackets for the wheel speed sensor wire, welded to the strut housing. On the struts I received, those brackets prevented the struts from fully seating into the wheel-bearing housings (a.k.a. steering knuckle) strut receptacles, by about 4-mm to 6-mm, which would ve resulted in about an 8-mm to 10-mm increase in ride height at the front axle. Once enough of that wire-support sheet-metal was carefully removed, providing the necessary 60-mm of free strut tube length, the struts fully seated into their receptacles. Back on the road, combined with a new set of Michelin Primacy HPs (and the vehicle s electronic stability system engaged), the car felt better than it ever had, instilling a heretofore unattainable level of driver confidence! On a properly engineered and maintained paved road surface, the car handles virtually as if it s riding on rails, and goes where the steering wheel "tells" it. Now, if I could just have the chance to put my car s improved handling to the test, on a proper race course...! Hm-m-m!

-- Review submitted 2013-11-05


Car Icon 2000 Ford Expedition 4wd
Vehicle Miles: 125,000 All Suspension Products on Vehicle
Location: HARRISONVILLE, MO Shocks: Bilstein HD Shock
Driving Style: Average Chassis Products: N/A
Miles of product use: 3,000 Spring: Stock
Satisfaction Rating: 10 Coil-Over: N/A

Best shocks on the market just wish they made them for more cars!

-- Review submitted 2013-11-01




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