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    Bilstein 7100 Series Remote Reservoir Shocks

    I have 4 Bilstein 7100 Series Remote Reservoir Shocks for sale.

    They are almost brand new. approximately 1,000 km on them and only 3 trail rides on them (Camp NL 2011 only). I purchased them in May 2011 but only started using them the week of Camp NL (Aug 2011). Jeep has been parked since the end of October.
    The valving is great for any Jeep. I absolutely loved them on the Scrambler. The ride on the road and off road is incredible!
    I am selling only because I am changing the suspension.
    I paid $800 USD for these, not including tax, shipping etc...

    $550 obo. located in Bowmanville.

    will post pics once they are off of the Jeep. (today)

    here are the specs...

    FRONT SHOCKS (x2)
    Part Number: BILAK7110SB04
    Collapsed Length (IN): 14.29
    Extended Length (IN): 24.31
    Travel Length (IN): 10.02
    Compression: 700
    Rebound: 2550
    Lower Mount: 1/2" Heim
    Upper Mount: 1/2" Heim
    Shaft Diameter: 14mm

    REAR SHOCKS (x2)
    BILAK7110SB05
    Collapsed Length (IN): 14.21
    Extended Length (IN): 24.31
    Travel Length (IN): 10.1
    Compression: 780
    Rebound: 2750
    Lower Mount: 1/2" Heim
    Upper Mount: 1/2" Heim
    Shaft Diameter: 14mm
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    pics...


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    those are sooooooo sexy. mmm-mmm-mmm
    someone's gonna get lucky

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    you know you wannnnnnnnnnt them...

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    cool and functional, just cant swing that right now.
    good luck with the sale.

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    bilstein shocks

    On a TJ, what sze of lift do you recommend for these shocks?

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    not a clue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaydlogan View Post
    On a TJ, what sze of lift do you recommend for these shocks?
    Shock stroke is a function of suspension travel - not the amount of lift over stock.
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    So if we understand you correctly, these can be installed into a factory suspension. However, what is the impact on the suspension travel. For instance, what would the impact be on my stock JK sahara suspension? Does the increase in stroke open me up to the risk of allowing a coil to come out of it's housing on full flex or would I be at risk of smashing the shock on up travel if I didn't extend my bump stops?

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    flex your Jeep on a RTI ramp. measure the travel of each shock, fully extended and fully compressed. These can be installed (provided you have the correct mounts) into any suspension. you just have to do your homework first. Google how to measure for shocks.

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    love it when people say they are coming and they dont show... bumped again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dft View Post
    So if we understand you correctly, these can be installed into a factory suspension. However, what is the impact on the suspension travel. For instance, what would the impact be on my stock JK sahara suspension? Does the increase in stroke open me up to the risk of allowing a coil to come out of it's housing on full flex or would I be at risk of smashing the shock on up travel if I didn't extend my bump stops?
    Won't fit a JK unless you rework your front upper mount
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    Though the compressed and extended lengths match the stock JK shocks pretty closely.

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    make a great last minute Christmas gift to your Jeep! (or whatever you drive)

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    Shocks still available?
    Will you take 500, Sir?
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