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Old 04-27-2015, 03:34 PM
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Re: Road Magnet Lowering Kits

Well I ended up finding a better deal the full set of bilsteins front and rears was 470 shipped, going to do it all at once instead. AJUSA.com had the best price for the bilsteins that I could find.


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Well I ended up finding a better deal the full set of bilsteins front and rears was 470 shipped, going to do it all at once instead. AJUSA.com had the best price for the bilsteins that I could find.
Thanks for the update!

Do you have the part number for the full set, or were they separate for the fronts/rears?
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Re: Road Magnet Lowering Kits

Separate.

Fronts are 24-225410
Rears are 24-225427




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Re: Road Magnet Lowering Kits

Those parts require non load leveling rear top mounts if you have load leveling shocks currently. If not they are direct fit with the standard rear top shock mounts. They are about 25 bucks for the rear top mounts


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Separate.

Fronts are 24-225410
Rears are 24-225427
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Those parts require non load leveling rear top mounts if you have load leveling shocks currently. If not they are direct fit with the standard rear top shock mounts. They are about 25 bucks for the rear top mounts
Thanks for the info!

I'm not sure if I have LL rears or not, so I'm going to purchase the mounts to have them on hand for the install (just in case).
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Re: Road Magnet Lowering Kits

If you ever feel like looking under your car and taking a pic I can tell you which you have easily.


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If you ever feel like looking under your car and taking a pic I can tell you which you have easily.
I have the part numbers for the LL rears from your build thread, so I'll try to snap a pic next week to see if they match up. Is there an obvious visual difference as well?

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Re: Road Magnet Lowering Kits

The load level shocks are made by Sachs and the non load level are made by Tokico. The shaft on load leveling shocks is much thicker than the non load levels shocks. Also the top of the shock is metal vs plastic cap on the non load level.
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The load level shocks are made by Sachs and the non load level are made by Tokico. The shaft on load leveling shocks is much thicker than the non load levels shocks. Also the top of the shock is metal vs plastic cap on the non load level.
I still haven't had the time to go snap a pic of the rear shocks. I was thinking about purchasing the OEM parts needed to setup the front Bilstein HD's and RM springs before I install them so I wouldn't have to disassemble the factory setup. It doesn't look like there are too many parts needed to do this, but I'll hold off until the shocks get here to see exactly what I'll need.
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The load level shocks are made by Sachs and the non load level are made by Tokico. The shaft on load leveling shocks is much thicker than the non load levels shocks. Also the top of the shock is metal vs plastic cap on the non load level.
I looked at the shocks tonight, and they're definitely LL. I'll make sure to order the upper plates.

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