Bilstein Reservoir Mounting Clamps pair Billet Aluminum for 5160 and 5165 Reservoir ShocksSale!
Bilstein Reservoir Mounting Clamps Billet Aluminum for 5160 and 5165 Reservoir Shocks
Part: 2 x 11-176015
Sold as a pair
Bilstein B1 (Components) Shock Absorber Reservoir Mounts are engineered to work in conjunction with Bilstein B8 5160 and B8 5165 shock absorbers. These billet aluminum mounts secure the reservoir to the shock absorber body ensuring it stays positioned perfectly, even during off-road use. The clamp divides into two separate pieces to make installation extremely easy, and is connected by two heavy duty stainless steel bolts. Finished in black anodized coating to protect against harsh off-road elements, these reservoir mounts will provide safety and convenience in an attractive package.
Includes 2 Clamps
Questions and answers of the customers
Will the reservoir mounted with this fit on a 2019 4runner?
Q Will the reservoir mounted with this fit on a 2019 4runner? answer nowA Will the reservoir mounted in this configuration fit a 2019 4Runner?A yes (it's universal fit)
Good mornin hope you all are staying safe and healthy!! I had ordered the Bil 6112 front and 5100 for rear on my 2017 Tacoma. It has been a few months now since they installed and I love em however I want to upgrade the rear to 5160 to match the front. I have two questions for you please.
1. If I buy the extra reservoir mounting clamp listed above will it fit on the 2017 OR Taco in that configuration?
2. IS it possible to move the shock rod boot from the 5100 to the 5160?
Thank you for any assistance you can provide!!
- Is the Bilstein logo machined or silk screened on the clamp?
Q Is the Bilstein logo machined or silk screened on the clamp? answer nowA SILKSCREENED.
Can you tell me if it’s one clamp for each side. I notice they come in a pair.
Q Can you tell me if it’s one clamp for each side. I notice they come in a pair. answer nowA You are right, one for each side
Will these work on the 7100 shocks
Q Will these work on the 7100 shocks answer nowA No, it's for 5160s