Bilstein B8 6100 0-2″ Front Lift Adjustable Shocks for 2016-2022 Nissan Titan XD

SKU: 2x24-322669
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Description

Bilstein B8 6100 0-2″ Front Lift Adjustable Shocks for 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 Nissan Titan XD Only

Part: 2×24-322669 (old: 24-266666)

Includes 2 Shocks

Will not work on other sub-models of Nissan, if you have NON XD Nissan then you need:

Product Description

Bilstein B8 6100 (Ride Height Adjustable) shock absorbers are designed for trucks and SUV’s with a front OE coilover style suspension. Multiple snap-ring grooves in the body allow for different spring seat positions, providing an adjustable ride height range of 0-2.5 inches (depending on application). The B8 6100 (Ride Height Adjustable) utilizes a large 60mm digressive piston. This will provide a smoother ride while offering more control over rough terrain. The B8 6100 (Ride Height Adjustable) will provide increased durability and heat dissipation, making them perfect for vehicles subjected to rugged roads and harsh conditions.

  • Collapsed Length (IN): 14.42
  • Extended Length (IN): 18.43
  • Collapsed Length (MM): 366.2
  • Extended Length (MM): 468.0
  • Finish: Zinc Plated
  • Reservoir: No
  • Body Design: Snap Ring Grooved Body (Coilover)
  • Body Diameter: 60mm
  • Adjustable Damping: Non-Adjustable

Fits:

  • Nissan Titan XD 2WD 2016-2019 (Fits models with V8 engine)
  • Nissan Titan XD 4WD 2016-2021

 

Download Installation Instructions for Bilstein B8 6100 0-2″ Front Lift Adjustable Shocks for 2016-2021 Nissan Titan

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    Questions and answers of the customers

      What shock provides best ride? 5100 or 6100
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      Q What shock provides best ride? 5100 or 6100 answer now
      A 5100 quite good for usual ride/light trails 6100 of course better for offroading

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