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  1. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Has anyone tried replacing their shocks and air springs with Bilstein’s B6 4600? Bilstein makes a replacement for the front shocks/springs but not the rear. I also noticed that Arnott is now using Bilstein shocks in their assembly.
  2. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Bilstein 7100 short body reservoir shocks & rear upper mount Switching to a Bilstein 7100 short body remote reservoir to maximize articulation and control the weight of the vehicle better and came across the problem. A short body shock (to get lengths that are appropriate) has a remote...
  3. Atlantic British
    Hey all, we're running a mid-week flash sale! Save 10% on select OME, Terrafirma, and Bilstein shock kits today and tomorrow only!
  4. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Here is an interesting bit from CarID. There is also a post below in their vendor section. https://www.carid.com/bilstein/b4-series-replacement-air-shock-absorber.html
  5. CARiD.com
    If you are thinking of replacing old shocks on your Range Rover 2003-2014 with some reliable components, or upgrading your current shocks to improve performance, shed weight or add adjustability with uncompromising OEM quality Bilstein B4 Series Replacement Air Shock Absorber would be a great...
  6. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Part numbers: 45-241727 Bilstein B4 (Air) 06-13 Land Rover Range Rover w/o Adaptive Dynamics Front Left Twintube Shock 45-241734 Bilstein B4 (Air) 06-13 Land Rover Range Rover w/o Adaptive Dynamics Front Right Twintube Shock As they were too cheap to pass up. There was some conjecture about...
  7. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    On my 08 supercharged the front air bags are starting to leak with 89k miles, The struts are in great shape so i was looking for just the air bags but the cost is more than replacement struts. I was going to order new oem delphi units from island 4x4 and then i ran across the bilstein brand new...
  8. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    After a myriad of searches on the internet I decided to create a list of shock absorbers that could possibly fit the P38. I have attached it to this post (hopefully) for all to use. Note that this is my own take on the subject and there are several sections of this that have not been checked...
  9. Range Rover Classic
    19" wheels & Bilstein shocks — suggestions? Hi all, I'm about to get my first LR on Monday. I'm doing a bit of research on thing I'm interested in doing and I'd love some feedback. Firstly, I've found some hub PCD adapters from Terrafirma that will change the PCD from the old 5x165.1 to...
  10. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Combination of Bilstein shocks and Continental Corsscontact LX20 tire is excellent I put new Bilstein shocks a couple of month ago and was having a buyer's remorse because it made RR ride very harsh. I liked more stable ride of the Bilstein, but impact harshness was borderline unbearable I...
  11. Range Rover Classic
    Is there a big difference between air suspension shocks and non air suspension shocks? I'm thinking about swapping my shocks but I want have to put on non-air suspension shocks on my air suspension rover. Or I could just buy some new ones :) I will probably wind up buying some new ones, but I...
  12. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Who knows the Bilstein shocks new P/N? Bilstein changed all the P/N Hi, Does one knows the new P/N for those:?: French bilstein dealership has a catalog full of mistakes:neutral:. It says those shocks fits range rover classic 3.5 and P38:naughty: Thanks Florent
  13. Range Rover Classic
    Anyone running 7100 Bilsteins. I have a complete set from my deceased 1991 RRC, but they are valved 360/80 rear and 400/100 front. That is very stiff. Fine on the '91 rockcrawler but I'm looking for something more civilized and softer when I rebuild them. Any experience. Yes, I did check...
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