Bilstein 5100 Series Shock Absorber - 24-191203


  • Bilstein | Part Number: BIL24-191203
  • Shock Series:5100 Series
  • Position:Rear
  • Fitment:Direct Fit
  • LiftHeight:w/2 in. Lift
  • Hydraulic / Gas Charged :Gas Charged


Bilsteins 5100 Series Shocks offer traditional Bilstein technology with applications for lifted trucks, Jeeps and prerunners. 5100 Series shocks feature Bilsteins superior single tube high gas pressure design for the upmost in consistent fade-free performance and long life. Features include:Monotube gas pressure construction, Self-Adjusting Deflecting Disc Valving, High-Flow Piston Reduces Harshness, Independent Rebound & Compression Tuning, Larger Working Piston Area for Exact Damping, Superior Control for Large Diameter Tires and Designed for specific manufacturer lift kits utilizing the stock O.E.M. mounting configuration.



Quality and style

What a difference over the stock shocks on my 05 Ram Diesel.. Truly are worth the money and have smoothed out my chunky worn mud tread tires.

from Salem Oregon |
09 gmc 2500

after i put the 2" blocks in the rear of my truck the bounce was horrble, pretty much unbearble, i can tell a differnce but it is a little stiff. but once i put a trailer on it helps the ride out Tremendously, im alot happier with the ride now

from ennis tx |
duramax shox

10x better than stock shocks wouldnt hesitate to buy

from tiffin, ohio |
They look great

I put the shocks on the rear of my 2500 Ram. They seemed sweet out if the box. After a few weeks of running on them i couldnt say there was a hugh difference from the stock ones. I got them in hopes to help with the bounce in the back. I knew it was just in hopes to help out and not solve that problem.

from Wy |

Question & Answers

3 Answered questions

I have a 2004 1500 2wd sliverado ls. Truck has a 2" level lift up front and what looks like a 2-3" block in the rear. I am trying to find the correct rear shock for my truck. I'm looking for the bilstein 5100 model. Thanks for your help

Asked by Franko from Los Angeles, Ca on

They only make one 5100 shock for the rear and its made for a 6" lift part number 24-191203. It will be too long for just a 2-3" block. Its made for a 4-5" block.

Answered by Morgan from Los Angeles, Ca on

I own a 2001 Dodge ram 1500 4x4,4 door quad cab. I have a 6 inch front suspension lift, with rear leveling blocks. Just wondering if this would be the right fit for the rear, and if not, would you be able to supply me with a part number?

Asked by Rob from Hartland,MI on

Hello Rob and thank you for your question! The Bilstein 5100 Series Shock Absorber Kit will have the correct length shocks for your 6" lift kit.

Answered by Nick from Hartland,MI on

I have an 8 inch lift on my Ram 2500 Diesel. Will these shocks work with my truck or they'll be fully extended? Thanks

Asked by Allen from Molalla,OR on

Hello Allen, We will need a few more details about your vehicle's lift kit. Please call in and speak with one of our salesman. This way we get you the correct part numbers the first time. Thank you.

Answered by from Molalla,OR on


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


New Everyday Low Price!