Reviewed By Roy L (Christmas Valley, OR) Reviewed for a 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager —12/25/2014 8:19 PM
This is a great product and I would recommend to all.
Reviewed By Christian L (LYNN, MA) Reviewed for a 2008 Mazda 3 —12/25/2014 4:12 PM
Installed into my wife's 2008 mazda 3 sport. Fit was spot on and you can tell these are quality just holding them in your hands. Can't say these are much different ride quality than the factory units when they were healthy. But I satisfied with these units. Of course a month later the rears failed so now I'm ordering the bilsteins for the rear.
Reviewed By edgar f (sevierville, TN) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram —12/23/2014 7:17 AM
100% improvement over stock shocks. I have a 2014 2500 ram. i pull heavy 5th wheels all over the counter. my truck has 120000 miles on it . I have been waiting for a year for Bilstein to make shocks for my truck. Well they have finely done the rears but no fronts??????????? I guess the little guy just looses out.
Discover new levels of comfort, handling and safety when you dump your stock shocks and upgrade to performance shocks. Whether you’re looking for a smoother ride or you want to lower your racing stance, an aftermarket suspension system gets the job done. And, when you choose from one of the top names in the game, like Bilstein shocks or Eibach shocks, you get the top-notch suspension upgrades you need, all at a price you can afford.
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