Bilstein B8 5160 w/ Remote Reservoir Shocks 25-196481

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  • Regular price $199.00

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Extended Length 28.09"
Compressed Length 16.54"
Travel 11.55"
Top Mount EYELET
Bottom Mount EYELET
Reservoir Yes
Finish Zinc Plated
Boot Included No
Gas Charged Yes
Internal Design Monotube

Product Description

  • One Shock Absorber
  • Shock boots sold separately. All necessary washers, bushings, and nuts included. Factory shock mounting bolts are reused for installation.

Bilstein 5160 Reservoir shock absorbers are a long lasting and high performance shock, suitable for even the most aggressive environments. Reservoirs ensure shock fade does not occur, while keeping hydraulic oil inside the shock at the coolest temperature possible. The perfect shock for owners that are off-road and off-trail more often than not. These shocks will also dominate the road, and provide excellent control. Shaft Diameter: 14mm, with 46mm smooth body monotube design.

We have the entire line of Bilstein products available, whether you want to upgrade, add a reservoir, or find something more affordable, contact us with any questions! 1-800-641-9161

Year Make Model Drive Position Lift
2011-2019 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD 4WD, RWD Rear
2011-2019 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 HD 4WD, RWD Rear
2011-2019 GMC Sierra 2500 HD 4WD, RWD Rear
2011-2019 GMC Sierra 3500 HD 4WD, RWD Rear

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Bilstein's Limited Lifetime manufacturer's Warranty protects against defects and premature failure.

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