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RE: Bilstein Warranty Exercising
> Question is, I've heard that Bilstein has some kind of warranty. I don't
> want money, I want a new shock. How do I exercise my rights? I have the
> receipt from the original installer, who bought the shock and installed
> them, so I don't know who he purchased them from. My first idea is to
> RD enterprises and see if they know how. Any other comments are
Thanks to everyone for the inputs.
I called RD Enterprises before I got any responses, and I am sorry to say
the guy was a total rude jerk. And I was VERY polite. He wasn't interested
in helping me at all, either by suggesting a course of action or selling me
a shock. He said no app for my car, and wouldn't sell me a warrantyable
shock based on another number. Too bad as these guys seem to be the
cheapest Bilstein supplier around.
All the responses generally said to call Bilstein, so I did. As Jeff and a
few others pointed out their S.D offices, I called there. NICE change in
attitude. The guy that does the warranties was out to lunch, but the lady I
did talk to was SUPER nice. I'll call back.
What I need to know is what is the part number for Bilsteins on my 1990 tqa.
What is on there is:
Front - P36370
Rear - B46130
These are listed as 5000 or 100 shocks. What is everyone using??
TIA and thanks for all comments so far, the help has been right on...
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