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Anyone know how to identifiy bilsteins?


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All I could find was a little slip of paper on the back side of one that say Bilstein B43 - 118 Any clues as to sport/HDs? Thanks

Kris

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URL: http://www.bilstein.com/cgi/cars.cgi?BMW&&1600+2+1602+1600Ti+1802+2002&&66+76

Fron www.bilstein.com:

Make: BMW

Model: 1600-2/1602/1600Ti/1802/2002

Year: 66-76

Blank: SP

Front: P30-0025

Footnote1: Recommended for use if shorter springs are installed.

Rear: B46-0118

Footnote2: "Recommended for use if shorter springs are installed. On cars with coilover rear suspension, some rear shocks allow ride height adjustability."

check the above URL for more info

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If they're shot, and you're the original buyer, Bilstein will replace 'em. They can probably be rebuilt. Why don't you just buy a set of replacements?

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i hope. i am waiting for rear 350 pounders!!! woohoo!. i'll need a new blader ina week :)

i don't know who rebuilds the bilsteins, but you might want to do custom valving :) if you know the specs

steve

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Bilstein NA is in poway...they do the custom valving there.

At Apex we are working on a custom shock that will be PERFECT for 02 coilovers. It isn't as short as the Rabbit insert, or as tall as a stock insert. It is in the middle length of them. :)

Trent

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