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Deputy Director Region 9 (MI-IN-KY)
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Last summer I put a set of HD Bilsteins and stiffer springs on my Trailblazer. I am utterly in love with the ride and control. My old TBSS also had HD Bilsteins.

I'm thinking of replacing the fairly new Monroe Sensa-tracs on my Caballero with a set of HD Bilsteins this summer.

Anyone running them? Comments?

Thanks
 

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Master Wrench
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im pretty sure my 70 still has the original shocks lol but ive heard nothing but good things about bilsteins, only drawback is their price tag
 

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Ministry of Broke Things
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I've had them on my Corvette since I bought the car back in '06. Been happy with them. I can throw the car into a corner as hard as I dare, and theres very little body roll. On my Elky, I have Edelbrock IAS shocks, and I've been happy with those as well.
 

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Deputy Director Region 9 (MI-IN-KY)
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I have KYBs on my other old cars, and have been happy with them. I'm just wondering if the Bilsteins will be an improvement. I guess I'll use the Caballero as a test bed, and then adjust the others accordingly :smileyb:
 

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Iv got them on my 66 and I like the way it handles.
 
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