Bilstein has received worldwide acclaim for quality shock absorbers that have set new industry standards. Setting high standards has always been a top priority with Bilstein and a consistent set of parameters and performance guidelines go into the development of each Bilstein shock application. Proven design technology, a superior manufacturing process and a commitment to quality control characterize the Bilstein shock absorber production process.
Great improvement and easy install on my2017 jeep jk sport
By alkid from Michigan
Made my 2001 F250 ride great. Took off rancho adjustable shocks and what a difference. Smoother ride and no rocking back and forth after driving across drainage ditch when turning. Overall much better, smoother ride. Would recommend Bilstein shocks 4600. Have not tried towing with new shocks, hope it does as well.
By Larrt from Boulder, CO
Why didn't I change to these sooner?
98 Toyota 4Runner 4X4 Limited. 250k on the original shocks. I was getting horrible sway on bumps which led me to investigate replacements. The guys at the Covina CA store were awesome and had me out the door within 3 hours! My initial feelings were that I needed to try these out on a bumpy road and feel the difference...I didn't need to. I immediately felt the drastic difference and took the vehicle on our LA freeways. I fell in Love with my truck again on my ride home. I wonder why I waited so long to do this change? I HIGHLY Recommend these shocks for your vehicle.
By Master Syb from Los Angeles, California
4600 Series Yellow Shocks
These shocks were part of a complete suspension rebuild on a 2000 S-10 ZR2, 4 wheel drive. I also added a complete energy suspension poly bushing kit. The handling went from mushy and sloppy to better than factory new handling and ride. The ride is a lot more firm & resposive. Towing has a lot more control now.
By Land Shark from Mill Creek , NC
Bilstein HDs on 1999 Tahoe
I've had the HDs for only about 2000 miles so far, but I really like them. I've also had the 5100's on a lifted f350 and 5125's on a lifted Titan. Had a 5150 blow out on the Titan (part failure?), but otherwise nothing but good things to say about Bilstein products.
Looking to replace all 4 shocks on my 2004 TRD Tacoma SR5. Will these fit my truck?
Howie from Groton, CT on
The Bilstein 4600 series shocks are an excellent choice for your 2004 Tacoma for stock height. Your front suspension is a strut design and your rear suspension has shocks.
This would be a S/DShockingBIL4600w/FRTStrut category on our web site which is $293.96. You need 2 each of BIL24-022842 front struts. You need 1 each BIL24-184960 for the left rear and 1 each of BIL24-184977 for the right rear. Thank You for
your question. Jon Snyder 4Wheelparts
from Groton, CT on
Will this fit a 2005 Ford Expedition, 4wd? And do I need to purchase any other parts to complete the shock replacement?
Jeff from CO on
Yes, this shock package will fit your vehicle application. No additional purchase needed. Thank you.
RK from CO on
Is this a pair of front shocks and a pair of rear shocks?
Rob from S.F. on
This is a shock package that includes two front shocks and two rear shocks. Thank you for the question.
While the ThyssenKrupp Bilstein Company began as a German enterprise, Bilstein shocks are developed and manufactured in Hamilton, Ohio. Bilstein develops and fabricates premium quality monotube shock absorbers directly for automobile manufactures, aftermarket outfits and motorsports applications. The precision and craftsmanship in manufacturing that fueled company growth in Germany were brought straight to the factory in Hamilton, Ohio. The factory includes an engineering department, rigorous shock testing facility and a motorsports track. The track allows the engineers to tweak their designs in response to real world testing during development. The rigorous testing allows for designs to go through a machine simulated life of a shock absorber in all kinds of terrain conditions. The resulting products promise the highest in performance. Shop Bilstein Now