Bilstein 5100 5-6″ Front Rear Lift Shocks for 1996-2006 JEEP Wrangler TJ 4WD Long Arm

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Bilstein 5100 5-6″ Front & 5-6″ Rear Lift Shocks for 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 JEEP Wrangler TJ 4WD

Important Fitment Note:

  • With Long Arm Lift Kit

Front Shocks:

Series: 5100

Front Extended Length(in): 28.44

Front Collapsed Length(in): 16.97

Part Number: 24-185943

Front Shocks Fitment Notes: Compression bump stop on chassis may need to be modified to prevent damage to the shock absorber

Rear Shocks:

Series: 5100

Rear Extended Length(in): 25

Rear Collapsed Length(in): 15.41

Part Number: 33-185934

Rear Shocks Fitment Notes: Compression bump stop on chassis may need to be modified to prevent damage to the shock absorber

 

Fitment: 96-06 JEEP Wrangler (TJ) 4WD Bilstein 5100 5-6″ Front & 5-6″ Rear Lift Shocks

Includes 4 Shocks

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      I have a 97 wrangler with a 5.5 long arm and a 1 1/4” body lift. I’m running a Ford 8.8 rear axle. 21” distance on flat ground. Are the 5-6” shocks to use? I’m currently using a 5125 that bottomed out and broke the thin steel bracket. I now have 1/4” steel ones and don’t wanna destroy the new shocks. I also have a dog bone elimination kit I would like to use on the rear. Do you make these without a dog bone on the top? I’m no a fan of them.
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      Q I have a 97 wrangler with a 5.5 long arm and a 1 1/4” body lift. I’m running a Ford 8.8 rear axle...... Read more
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    2. is the measurement from center to center connecting points? or overall lengh?
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      Q is the measurement from center to center connecting points? or overall lengh? answer now
      A You are right, from the center to the center of connection points
      A They provided the overall compressed length and extended length in the description which helped me figure out witch ones I needed.

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