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Old 06-26-2004, 11:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I had purchased these for my e28 and definitely recommend them. Not as stiff as the Bilstein HD but handling isn't that far off either.
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I also purchases some of these shocks. I also highly reccomend them if you have to drive your car long distances or the roads are crappy in your area. Slightly better handling with basically the same ride quailty.
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For the price of Bilstein Touring shocks I'd prefer SACHS Boge's Automatic Gas. They are a fraction of the price and they perform just as well.

I can't see myself using Touring shocks w/ lowered springs.
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For the price of Bilstein Touring shocks I'd prefer SACHS Boge's Automatic Gas. They are a fraction of the price and they perform just as well.

I can't see myself using Touring shocks w/ lowered springs.
why not? thats the setup I'm stuck with for a while and it works fine, I'm actually thinking about keeping them even with lowering springs.
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