Suspension Q's:

Ed Kellock ekellock at
Tue Sep 28 22:59:09 EDT 2004

This has been my experience as well with my V8.  Bilstein HD's with
stock springs 4 years ago and it still rides high.


On Mon, 20 Sep 2004 16:12:55 +0000, Bob Rossato <bob.rossato at> wrote:
> It's more of a permanent thing with Bilsteins due to their gas charge, at least more permanent than a few days.  Every set I've used on various different cars, with OEM or aftermarket springs, has resulted in higher ride height than without the Bilsteins.
> Bob
> -------------- Original message from Emre Washburn : --------------
> > Springs determine ride height, shocks soak up the bumps. Bilstein HD's
> > have been known the temporarily increase the ride height, but will
> > settle over a few days to the height determined by the springs.
> >
> >
> > --
> > Emre

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