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- Enhance ride comfort, stability and road-hold with Bilstein Comfort Shocks & Struts
- Designed to upgrade your vehicle’s suspension with better-than-stock performance
- Eliminates bottoming out and vehicle sway
- Seamless tube design provides superior strength, maximum heat dissipation and longer shock life
- Large-diameter shock body delivers fade-free performance
- Mono-tube design instantaneously adjusts to the road surface
- Bilstein’s suspension technology is track-proven and road-ready
- Shock bodies are finished with Bilstein’s classic black paint scheme
- Your Bilstein Comfort Shocks & Struts are backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty
Instead of replacing factory shocks with the same old dull factory performance, make the switch to Bilstein Comfort Shocks & Struts. Designed to enhance your vehicle's original ride qualities while increasing road-hold and stability, Comfort shocks, struts and inserts also eliminate vehicle sway and bottoming out.
Earning the number-one name in suspension doesn't come easy. Bilstein proves their worth and earns their rep the hard way-on racetracks and desert circuits around the world. Applying what they learn at the track to the street, Bilstein designs their shocks & struts to transform your vehicle into a fine-tuned performance machine.
Bilstein Comfort shocks boast a mono-tube design that instantaneously adjusts to the road surface. And unlike conventional multi-tube shocks, mono-tube performance never suffers from age, use or heat, and they never require manual adjustments. Best yet, Bilstein backs your Comfort Shocks & Struts with a Lifetime Warranty.
Bilstein Comfort Shocks & Struts Customer Reviews
2 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by JAMES R (Mesa, AZ) Reviewed for a 1996 Lincoln Town Car — Jul 08, 2015 4:00 PM
I replace my shocks on my Ford Panther chassis every 50k miles.The last two times the shocks were a twin tube design which in the last few years seem that they were barley making it to the 50k as they were leaking and had very poor dampening.The rear shocks on my car have an extremely tight area for the top mount.I would suggest use a regular top nut with lock tight. Use string tide to the top pieces to prevent loosing them between the frame and inner fender well.Then cut the string after.
Reviewed by Willie G (OKLAHOMA CITY, OK) — Apr 21, 2014 7:16 PM
There is some improvement in the ride of my 2000 chevy Silverado, however, there was no improvement with expansion joints on highways and other roads. Not worth the cost difference.