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  1. Jeep Cherokee & Comanche Forums
    2015 WK2 Jeep Grand Cherokee with Nivomat shocks (No Quadralift). We are installing Bilstein shocks and need to replace rear springs. Could you tell me what part number for the springs? We found Part # 68029670 cited on several forums but the dealer stated that it has been discontinued
  2. Suspension Parts
    Hi, I'm listing for sale a full lift kit for a JK 4-door wrangler. I purchased the kit and never installed it. Everything is still brand new in the box, unopened. The kit contains the following items: -Teraflex 2.5 coil kit (item number 1351000), with (4) four Bilstein shocks - currently...
    $1,100 USD
  3. Vendor Display
    TL/DR We have launched 13 new part numbers and those part numbers cover over 100 applications! Lots of Jeep (YJ,CJ, older ones) coverage for sure! Check with your favorite retailer on cost. From the pavement to the trail, the new Rancho® RS7MT™ monotube shocks are made for adventure. A complete...
  4. Rancho Suspension
    It is that time of the year. Shocktober! This year Shocktober runs from September 1st to September 30th, 2018. Tips to Ensure Timely Processing of Rebates: · Carefully review all Terms and Conditions on the back of the rebate form. · Fill out each rebate form completely before mailing. Do not...
  5. 2005 Grand Cherokee LTD 5.7

    2" Daystar lift Bilsteins front and rear Kumho AT51 Tires: P265/70/17 1.5" Titan hubcentric wheel spacers Stock rims
  6. General Jeep & Off-Road Equipment
    I have a 2007 Grand Cherokee currently with a 2" body spacer and 31.7" (265/70R17) Firestone Destination tires. I'm looking to improve my ride quality and suspension travel by removing the strut spacers in the front and installing Bilstein 5100 absorbers with the spring seat set to the highest...
  7. Jeep Builds
    Candy's a daily driver that experiences 4 seasons in the Northeast. She came as a package deal with my wife from our recent marriage in Jamaica. Here's a video walk-around of Candy. Upgrades so far: Iron Rock Off-road 3" Front & Rear Coils Rough Country 4" Long Arm Upgrade Kit Rough Country...
  8. JK Wrangler Technical Forum
    Got all new Bilstein 5160 shocks for the 10' Sahara 4-door. Looking to add a 2" spacer kit along with 33" MTR's. Anybody see issues with this setup? Thinking it may need 1" wheel spacers.
  9. TJ Wrangler Technical Forum
    Should i get currie antirock, Bilstein shocks, or ORO york compressor bracket? I currently have skyjacker discos and hydro shocks. The discos make a lot of noise and i'm ready to switch them out with something else. The shocks have about 30k miles on them and can feel they dont work as well as...
  10. TJ Wrangler Technical Forum
    Hey, thanks for checking out the thread. I bought a 97 TJ a year ago and am researching lift kit options. My Jeep came with Bilstein shocks - F4-BE5-2442-H0 Typ4 up front, BE5-2443's in the rear. I've heard the rough country shocks are cheap aren't the best. My question is can I keep my...
  11. ZJ Grand Cherokee Forum
    I'd like to hear only from people who have experience with a similar setup to mine, please. I have a 97 ZJ with 5.25" lift (RE 4.5" kit w/ 3.5" springs and 1.75" puck), skid plates, steel bumper w/ winch, etc. I am running Bilstein 5100's for the 6" lift (24-185943), but they are too soft...
  12. JK Wrangler Technical Forum
    okay big question before i settle down with my Rubicon Express 3.5 lift kit. Should i go with Fox 2.0 IPF or Bilstein 5100? Whats the real difference in ride quality between the 2?
  13. YJ Wrangler Technical Forum
    So my father and I had a bit of a discussion about this the other night and I thought I'd let the bright minds of the jeep forum settle who's right, or maybe if we both are. Ok so my 93 Wrangler has a 4in Rough Country Lift. Not I'm aware of the negativity towards the brand, however I...
  14. WK Grand Cherokee & XK Commander Forum
    A drove my wife's 2005 GC Limited the other day and noticed it rode like crap. Took it into a local mechanic and was told the front struts are completely gone and the spring insulators are trashed. Was given a quote of $675 to replace the front struts and insulators and then $280 for the rear...
  15. Jeep CJ Forum
    Hello everyone, I'm looking to get shocks for my 86 CJ7, and have been heavily considering the Bilstein 5150s. My concern is with which valving I should go with, the 170/60 or the 255/70. My jeep has about a 5-6" SOA lift on it, and is used mostly for riding rocky trails / wash board roads. I...
  16. TJ Wrangler Technical Forum
    I have a '99 TJ, that I am putting 2" Pro Comp coils on. I am trying to pick out some shocks and have decided to go with Bilstein. What would fit 2" coils the best, 10", 12", 14" travel and 5100, 5125, 5150 series? Thank you for any input.
  17. ZJ Grand Cherokee Forum
    I'm doing a 2.25" BB, so what size shocks should I use? I want to do Bilstein 5100's.
  18. Vendor Display
    Bilstein 5100 Series Shock Sets (FREE SHIPPING) $325 SHIPPED! Here's what you get... (4) Premium Bilstein 5100 Series Shocks for almost any Jeep Application. Includes the black boots & I'll cover the shipping. Bilstein has received worldwide acclaim for quality shock absorbers that have...
  19. Eis's WJ - 3" with 32's

    99 WJ SelecTrac NP242 rebuilt with shift kit Adj. CA's F/R Tranny drop Rear A-Arm spacer JKS Adj. Trackbar Addco rear sway Dual Stabilizers (may pull 1 off) Swapped in VariLok 3.73 axles OME MD coils in rear, 3" OME LD coils in front + custom BB's, 3.5" JK rims w/ 32's MX-6 shocks; setting
  20. YJ Wrangler Technical Forum
    hey guys im getting a 3in trailmaster lift for my 1990 yj. im planning on getting some bilstein 5100's. i was just wondering if they would fit. do i need to extend bump stops? should i get wheel spacers? im keeping stock rims and getting some 31x10.5's. thnx
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