Bilstein 5100 0-2″ Front Height Adjustable Shocks for 05-15 Nissan Xterra 2WD/4WD

SKU: 24-187053
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Bilstein 5100 0-2″ Front Height Adjustable Shocks for 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 Nissan Xterra 2WD/4WD

Front Shocks:

Series: 5100

Extended Length (IN)15.26 Inch
Compressed Length (IN)10.55 Inch
Upper Mounting StylePin
Lower Mounting StyleEyelet

Part Number: 24-187053

Front Shocks Fitment Notes:

Fitment: Bilstein 5100 0-2″ Front Height Adjustable Shocks for 05-15 Nissan Xterra 2WD/4WD

Important fitment notes: 

 

Bilstein offers one of the best names in shocks and backs it up with overall quality! This is a great OE replacement for your tired and worn out stock shocks while adding the option to level or lift the front of your rig.
5100 Series Shock Absorbers are high gas pressure monotube shocks designed specifically for lifted pickups, SUVs and Nissans. The shocks feature a 46mm digressive piston with self-adjusting deflective disc valving. They offer super damping ability that makes them ideal for heavy hauling or occasional off-road use, while maintaining an exceptional street ride. (zinc-plated steel body, Triple-C-Technology® coating )

Included:
– (2) Front Height Adjustable Bilstein 24-187053 5100 series zinc plated shocks. Adjustable in .5″ increments from 0 to 2″ of front lift with stock springs.

NOTE: Front shocks do not include upper bushings. Must reuse your stock bushings and hardware.

Link to adjustment settings (Average lift heights with stock springs)

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      A The shocks may work, but the lowest notch adjustment will be needed not to exceed 3'' of front lift because more lift can damage the suspension and cv axles

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