Reviewed By Martin M (TRAER, IA) Reviewed for a 2004 BMW X3 —11/19/2015 9:08 AM
The shocks were a fraction of the cost of the competitors and do a fine job.
Reviewed By Michael C (SEBASTIAN, FL) Reviewed for a 1998 BMW 3-Series —7/2/2015 7:16 AM
Considering the fact the front struts were completely out on my 98' 328is and the rears were almost done the Bilstein Sport Shocks were a wonderful upgrade. I did all four and the car drives and handles better than it did in its youth when I had it on the track. Thumbs up!
Reviewed By Dan N (BELLEVUE, WA) Reviewed for a 2002 BMW 3-Series —4/7/2015 11:42 PM
2002 BMW 325ci coupe, perfect fit. comes w/top-nuts but not dust boots/bumpstops. get new ones, Square metal plate on one side (REAR shock only) = for the bushing, I originally thought it's to position the shock plumb, but it's a weld-on washer, to keep the bushing in, as it could fall out if you install it backwards (pictured) OEM boots fit, and these are a perfect match for the car. each shock comes with a sticker too. did the whole job with handtools (5 hours), and all new bolts.