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Hi there,

I am currently running Bilstein B8 5125 Series Shocks 33-104652 (F4-BE5-A465-h in the rear and Bilstein B8 5125 Series Shocks F4-BE5-6248-H5 in the front of my raised WJ CRD.

The bloke at the suspension shop tought about time they were replaced as there is getting some roll.

Just wondering if there are any other shocks on the market that compare to these or indeed are better? These are about 6 years old I would imagine and I haven't really been following the latest gear.

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I put stock JK shocks in mine, they are cheap, a good bloody shock, longer than stock and fit easily. Rides really well with them

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I've had OME shocks for ages and have found them to be pretty good and would happily buy them again.

I'm in a similar position and am looking at buying some Bilsteins as it will be cheaper to buy some them from the US than buy OME locally.

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Cheers guys...

So nothing really amazing and new on the market in recent times?

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Nope, all of the fancy stuff is aimed at modern, high volume trucks like land cruisers, JK's etc.
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Fox Shocks... works great with my 4"
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