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    Default Bilstein 4600 Shocks

    Hi all.

    Battling to find anyone that sells "Bilstein 4600 Series Shock Absorbers" here in Cape Town.
    Does anyone know of or who can recommend someone?

    I am only really interested in Bilstein.

    The Bilstein 4600 Series Shock Absorbers are for my stock Wrangler 2014 with no lift. Use the Jeep more for over overlanding. Stock shocks are near finished.

    Cheers and thanks.

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    Default Re: Bilstein 4600 Shocks

    Contact Mikem Suspensions in Jhb, maybe he can supply by courier down to CT?

    I had rear shocks fitted by them last week. I also prefer to use Bilsteins on my 4x4s. Speak to Darrel. He can even make special (custom) ones up for you. The ones I fitted on my Patrol (65mm lift, so I needed longer than the standard Patrol ones) are the silver and blue custom made ones. Standard ones are yellow and blue.

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    Default Re: Bilstein 4600 Shocks

    These are the silver and blue ones:
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    Malcolm van Coller - retired 2013 but remained in Jhb area for now, maybe will look at moving WC way, Robertson or Wellington type of town, once the wife retires.
    2011 Nissan Pathfinder 2,5 CDi LE Manual (with front Lokka) - My Platkar...
    2008 Nissan Patrol 3.0 TDi GL with front Lokka (Use it mainly for Safari business)
    2003 Bushwakka Shorti (with 160 H/Moon Stargazer RTT and 100 lt water tanks)
    Ex 1999 Nissan Terrano 2.7 TDi
    Ex 2011 Conqueror Supra II
    Ex 1995 GQ Patrol GLX 3 speed Auto
    Ex 1984 Nissan Safari 2.8 Station wagon with 5 speed conversion,
    Ex 1995 Sani 3.0 V6 Exec
    Ex 1994 Venture 2200 with lock diff (Company vehicle).
    Many 4x4s in National Service (Landies, Jeeps, Willys, Bedfords, Unimogs and Buffels)

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    Default Re: Bilstein 4600 Shocks

    Imcomex are the importers of Bilstein. Should be able to help http://imcomex.co.za/our-products/
    Stu.
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    06 Wrangler Sahara. 3.5inch Rubicon Express and Bilstein lift, Metalcloak control arms, 1.25" RC Body Lift, 1" JKS MotorMount Lift, Zone Disconnects, BFG KM2 33's
    NO LOCKER NEEDED!!!
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    Default Re: Bilstein 4600 Shocks

    Thank [email protected]
    I will give them a shout in the next hour or so when I get back home. Re the photo, that is one beautiful looking shock 😁

    Thank you as well @roadhowg will give them a shout as well.

    Maybe they can point on the direction of someone who sells Bilstien in Cape Town.

    Again, thanks guys.

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    Default Re: Bilstein 4600 Shocks

    Quote Originally Posted by KingjimZA View Post
    Thank [email protected]
    I will give them a shout in the next hour or so when I get back home. Re the photo, that is one beautiful looking shock 😁

    Thank you as well @roadhowg will give them a shout as well.

    Maybe they can point on the direction of someone who sells Bilstien in Cape Town.

    Again, thanks guys.

    I bought straight from them up here. Just one set of 5100s for the JK. I'm sure they could ship em to you.
    Stu.
    Current:
    06 Wrangler Sahara. 3.5inch Rubicon Express and Bilstein lift, Metalcloak control arms, 1.25" RC Body Lift, 1" JKS MotorMount Lift, Zone Disconnects, BFG KM2 33's
    NO LOCKER NEEDED!!!
    KTM 1190 Adventure

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    Default Re: Bilstein 4600 Shocks

    Just wanted to you you guys know that I settled for a Teraflex 2.5 inch lift with shocks.

    I installed all on Friday morning and my jeep is riding oh so nicely now, even with the cheaper Teraflex VSS 9550 socks (if you can call them cheaper that is at R5200.00 for 4x).

    Bought everything through Renegadestore.co.za, 3 days to deliver from Johannesburg to Cape Town.

    Cheers guys and thanks for advise.
    Last edited by KingjimZA; 2018/03/20 at 03:19 PM.

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    Default Re: Bilstein 4600 Shocks

    Quote Originally Posted by KingjimZA View Post
    Hi all.

    Battling to find anyone that sells "Bilstein 4600 Series Shock Absorbers" here in Cape Town.
    Does anyone know of or who can recommend someone?

    I am only really interested in Bilstein.

    The Bilstein 4600 Series Shock Absorbers are for my stock Wrangler 2014 with no lift. Use the Jeep more for over overlanding. Stock shocks are near finished.

    Cheers and thanks.
    I just bought a set from Goldwagen in Woodstock. Better deal than OME.

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