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Old 01-01-2009, 08:24 PM   #1
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front struts...best choice?

ok..so i put the billestien's in the rear a while back, but its time for new front struts in my 96. Anyone know where to get them for the best price? Are they worth the price?

I found them on performance products for 140ish shipped. I can get sensatrac's for cheaper. Just wondering for preformance wise.. Thanks
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ok..so i put the billestien's in the rear a while back, but its time for new front struts in my 96. Anyone know where to get them for the best price? Are they worth the price?

I found them on performance products for 140ish shipped. I can get sensatrac's for cheaper. Just wondering for preformance wise.. Thanks
the bilstein 5100's will be alot better than any sensatrac you can get. if the bilsteins will work......thats what ya need.....great ride and performance, and you use them with your stock coils. downsouthmotorsports,on ebay, has the best deals on the billy's!!
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Old 01-02-2009, 09:32 AM   #3
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the 5100's are for the front?
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the 5100's are for the front?
they make the bilstein 5100's for front and rear, but only the front are adjustable for ride height.
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Old 01-02-2009, 11:24 AM   #5
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i dont need them adjustable thou
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i dont need them adjustable thou
you can get a regular set of the yellow bilstein hd shocks for a good bit less check ebay.
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yea im not looking for anything heavy duty since my truck rarely sees dirt. Just need to replace the ones that are in there.
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