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Bilstein B8 5160 Shock Absorber 25242539Shop All Bilstein
Bilstein B8 5160 remote reservoir shock absorbers are designed as a direct fit solution for lifted trucks and SUVs. The remote reservoir will offer increased cooling capacity and wheel travel to optimize overall performance compared to a traditional shock absorber. These shock absorbers feature a monotube design for consistent fade free performance and utilize velocity sensitive digressive valve settings which are tuned for each specific application. Each shock absorber is fitted with a unique 360 degree swivel banjo hose fitting, providing a clean, low profile installation. B8 5160 remote reservoir shock absorbers will increase overall durability of your vehicle allowing you to conquer the harshest of off-road environments.
- Designed to easily install in the stock shock mounting location on pickups and SUV s - no cutting or welding required
- Zinc finish with multi layer unique Bilstein coating for extreme protection
- BILSTEIN s industry leading mono tube design
- For increased wheel travel and more shaft movement, the "floating" dividing piston is located in the reservoir
- Unique digressive valving system instantly produces full damping capability
- Remote reservoir dramatically increases shock oil capacity for even greater heat dissipation and damping sensitivity
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