:thumbup:Can't go wrong with bilstein sports as posted above, but also give some thought to what Koni has to offer, adjustable sport yellows, FSDs, etc.
Yeah I'm also refreshing my suspension later this summer...after I get a couple thousand other things done on my list first...:thumbup:
I'm going with the Bilsteins along with the TMS reinforcement kit here soon. Need to take care of the RTABs and rear tires, first... :tsk:
They're done. The way to check is you ask yourself a simple question: How many miles do the stock struts/shocks have on them? If your answer is 50,000 or more, replace them.How about the Lowtec struts & shocks, they are priced slightly above Meyle? I really don't wanna compromise in comfort but I also don't want to spent more than $175,- per set. The BMW OE go for about the same price per peace! Who makes those?
Is there anyway of telling the struts and shocks are due? I had to replaced a barrel spring on the rear shocks, it broke, but the ride is still pretty comfortable (even when the broken spring was still on) and I got no issues with steep speed bumps and sorts.