Bilstein 7100 series

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Base SKU: MCSU-313-10S
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The Bilstein 7100 series shocks are the ultimate in shock performance and reliability. Based on desert racing technology, the 7100 series shock is completely owner rebuildable, and feature self-adjusting deflective disc valving system, 2" diameter shock body, independent rebound & compression tuning, and a high flow piston design that reduces harshness and keeps the shock cool. Solid axle application for use with 4-5" lift and long travel shock hoops. 10", 12" and, 14" stroke lengths, short and standard shock body lengths available.

The included bushings fit a 1/2" bolt and come with sleeves to fit 1/2" bolts.

Bilstein makes a "Short Body" version that has the same characteristics as the standard body, but has a smaller fluid capacity so that the shock can be mounted into tighter spaces.

These shocks are available via PHONE ORDER ONLY. Thank you.

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Bilstein Shock Length Chart

Use the below table to get an idea of different lengths associated with the Bilstein Shocks we offer!

TypeTravel LengthCollapsed LengthExtended Length
5125 10" Stroke15.91"25.93"
7100 10" Stroke16.03"26.06"
7100 (short body) 10" Stroke14.06"24.29"
5125 12" Stroke17.91"29.70"
7100 12" Stroke19.61"31.34"
7100 (short body) 12" Stroke16.03"28.06"
5125 14" Stroke20.75"34.90"
7100 14" Stroke20.99"35.04"
7100 (short body) 14" Stroke19.61"33.34"

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Why we choose Bilstein Shocks

In 1954 Bilstein revolutionized the car industry when it invented and patented the first monotube gas pressure shock absorber. Today, Bilstein Gas Pressure Shock Absorbers provide precise handling, stability, control and comfort. The rising rate design reacts more quickly to road conditions, while high-pressure nitrogen gas helps keep the tires glued to the rocks.

Bilstein Gas Pressure Struts use a twin tube design, with the rod pointing down for greater strength and resistance to twisting and side loads. Bilstein shocks typically last four times longer than original equipment shocks. Read more