Replaced a couple steering links, leveled out with new keys. Probably can skip the air wrench if you want. I do not have that option. Shockwarehouse, an officially licensed Bilstein dealer for nearly 20 years, has a Bilstein product to meet your needs. Also a call to the service or parts desk at your local ford garage could clear up the self-leveling mystery. I just did an engine swap in my project car, and every bearing and seal I got from Autozone was the wrong one.
Thank you for your time. They offer super damping ability that makes them ideal for heavy hauling or occasional off-road use, while maintaining an exceptional street ride. Bilstein's Universal Motorsports Strut provides racers with a wide selection of travel lengths and valving options. Need assistance selecting the right Bilstein product? Strong enough gas pressure I had to use a pry bar to force them up and into place. The shocks come in on Wednesday.
I was going to go with 5100s, and i talked to a guy about ordering them. This is a total screw up. I reused the metric bolts for a week and they rattled and all kinds of crap. B12 lowering kits come pre packaged with everything you need to transform your car's looks and performance Coilover kits are the ultimate performance upgrade for select sports cars and luxury cars. The shocks feature a 46 Millimeter digressive piston with self-adjusting deflective disc valving. Tell that guy he probably shouldn't continue to sell shocks.
So I hope the 5125s will be a solid solution. This is the easiest and best way to lift or level your truck. Any of you guys have any ideas of who sells them for this truck at a good price? I am not sure exactly what I was expecting. Although I think I have to get an air powered wrench. One of the Ranchos squeaked like crazy.
The valving should be linear across the stroke. Had some slop in the steering so thought it might be steering stabilizer. And which should I get? I tried to explain to him that they were the wrong ones. I measured and selected on based on the extended vs compressed measurements. But my truck is set up to bolt the shocks horizontally from the side with an eyelet opening. If I remember correctly the holes on the shock mounts will need to slightly be reemed to accept the proper size bolt. Remove the bolts, take the shocks off, put the new on and reinstall the bolts.
The rears were easier but still required a pry bar to get them into place. But is this proper behavior for an assistant manager? High pressure monotube shocks with high performance valving. So I hope that helps a few guys out when choosing a shock. I see what your saying about the self-leveling option. Probably could do it yourself?? Available for select luxury cars that Bilstein builds oem air suspensions for. We're happy to process orders over the phone if that is your preference.
The B4 series air struts will restore your factory ride and replace your self adjusting air suspension all in one complete unit. Adjustable spring perches allow up to 2. Originally posted by 54 Oldsman It really didn't make sense that it would be different on the front if you do not have the self-leveling feature. I'm curious about how noticable the ride difference is going to be, so let us know. I am having a hard time finding them on the net for my truck. . I have a 1997 Ford F250 4x4 Heavy Duty.
My truck was leveled in the rear to match the front amount of lift. Guess where I go now I made the return to Autozone today. This did not sound right to me. They simply don't advertise them in a one off application is all and that is what makes it difficult to find. Bilstein's legendary monotube shock technology is now available with an external reservoir for serious offroaders. Designed to keep lifted trucks in control on all road surfaces and while towing or hauling heavy loads.
Well I dug this up as my 4th set of front axle 4600s are blown, rears are fine, go figure. Universal and Race Shocks Bilstein has several lines of universal truck shocks from the offroad ready 5125, 5165 and 7100 or the full catalog of custom and off the shelf ready truck shocks. No warranty from Ranchos because they were stock. The staff at unlimited truck recommended these to me and the advice was spot on. Gotta go back to Autozone on Friday. I simply drilled the truck mounts out to the shock bolt size and went to rural king for some correct length bolts.