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Old 04-13-2013, 12:05 PM   #1
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Bilstein HD Shocks

I just got in the Bilstein HD shocks for my 94 build. The front shocks came with the bag of grommets and bushings but no instructions on what order and orientation they go in. Bilstein is no help on their website and there are no instructions that cover this online. Its useless to try to copy the old shocks as they are ranchos and have a different number of busings and retainers
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I don't remember how they were supposed to mount on the 94's. try yotatech maybe?
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