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DescriptionThe Bilstein 4600 Series front shock absorber is designed specifically to help your stock height '03-'12, 4WD Dodge Ram 2500/3500 truck reach its pinnacle in ride performance and handling, while still providing the comfortable ride that has come to be expected from the name Bilstein.
With this shock you get:
- Monotube gas pressure technology
- Easy to install; direct bolt-on; no modification required
- Improved control and stability, precise handling, ultimate performance, and incredible comfort
- Bilstein's unique piston design offers greater sensitivity and superior vehicle control
NOTE: Part numbers are the same for either 2500 or 3500 applications.
NOTE: Bilstein Shock Absorbers are sold as individual units. If you need a pair of shocks, increase the quantity desired to 2.
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Bilstein 4600 Shock (Front)
Sep 4, 2017 | By James Dickie
They are a great product. This is the second set of their shocks I have purchased. The first set I put on my truck at 80K miles. The truck now has 255K and I was getting vibrations and steering issues. I replaced all shocks, new tires, and front end alignment. Not sure if the first set of Bilsteins were bad. they seemed to have the same amount of resistance (pushing by hand) as the new ones. The truck still rides the same, but its a truck and I work it every day.
Oct 25, 2017 | By David
Truck rides better than ever with the new Bilstein shocks, and were a good value with the "Shock-tober" special. Thanks!
Nov 7, 2017 | By william thomas
I installed these shocks 2 weeks ago and the difference in the ride is unbelievable. it is like night and day. Best shocks ever.
Install and Tech Information
How Do I Change the Shocks on My Dodge Ram truck?
TDR Issue 75 (pgs.15-16)
"At a technical seminar hosted by Geno's Garage and presented by Bilstein sales manager Scott MacDonald, I became aware of certain signs indicating that after 60,000 miles in a 2006 two wheel drive 3500 dually, the shock absorbers should be replaced.
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