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.
Hello, will the Bilstein 33-185576 5100 series shocks fit the rear of my 2004 Ford F-250 4x4 XLT crew cab short bed 6.0 diesel which has a pro comp 8.5" lift kit? I have found a couple places saying yes but every application guide says no. The measurements are as close as I can find to the ones on it now, the Bilsteins are less than an inch shorter. I know the lower eye mount is a little bit bigger then what's on there but that can be fixed with a different bushing or bigger bolt I would think. I really want to replace the front and rear shocks on my truck with the bilstein 5100's if I can get the right part numbers. Thanks!
2004 F-250 James from Peoria, AZ on
Thanks for the question James
Bilstein 5100 Series Shock Absorber BIL33-185576
This should work on the rear of your vehicle.
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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