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hardknox50
Tribal Scout

USA
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Posted - 08 Dec 2017 :  07:31:32 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I would like to upgrade the shock absorbers on my 2009 Pontiac G8 GT. Should I go for Bilstein Shocks? They are on sale in 4wheelonline.

Tony Lane

Edited by - hardknox50 on 08 Dec 2017 07:33:02 AM

Bill Boyle
Horse Feathers (Charter Member)

USA
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Posted - 08 Dec 2017 :  08:24:11 AM  Show Profile  Visit Bill Boyle's Homepage  Reply with Quote
If the sale price is within your budget, get them. Bilstein has a top notch reputation for quality and performance. I considered them for my 79 TA restoration project, thought they were too expensive considering how I was going to use the car and other money considerations and purchased less expensive KYB units instead. Overall, you can't go wrong with Bilstein especially at a good sales price.

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Chief PONTIAC

USA
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Posted - 08 Dec 2017 :  11:53:22 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I never liked the ride of a "heavy duty shock". I mention this because the vendor is a truck sight.
Once had a set of aftermarket shocks named "Bruisers". I could not drive down a smooth road and sip coffee without getting some in my lap.


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