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WANTED: Bilstein Turner J-stock shocks

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    WANTED: Bilstein Turner J-stock shocks

    Hi Gents- Turner no longer sells the rear J-stock shocks that are specifically made for the J-stock springs... I'm looking to see if anyone has a set they no longer are using and would be willing to sell?

    The fronts are available, haven't found a substitute yet for inverted rear shocks.

    You could maybe try an old used regular B8, if the shock piston rod is the proper length, and have it revalved to a "B46-1720JS" by Bilstein to match the super stiff 1100 lbs. rear spring rate (version 2 J-Stock using H&R springs not the much softer Eibach's found in version 1), but of course shocks wouldn't be inverted.

    Let us know if you find anything (i.e. a properly-valved substitute) like using single/double adjustable Mustang/Camaro rear shocks as a substitute for non-adjustable E30 shocks with softer rear springs like H&R Race/IE 3s...
    Last edited by nogapersnBMWs; 10-26-2020, 08:20 PM.
    1989 332iS AW2 @ 2,342 lbs. m20b31 (JE FSR 10.5:1; 284/280 cam; ST+1 Intakes; RHD 40mm ITB/CF Plenum; Stahl 1.5"/CRMB X/Borla XS Pro; TMS J-Stock suspension (Ver. 2); M3 E3 undertray/VAC CF splitter; exhaust blown difusser; (Teves Mk60 ABS in trunk next)

    Originally posted by Jb325is
    Sucks for everyone involved. Lots of guys are just building IG cars these days... Look good on the internet, but in real life they're hacked up piles of shit.
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      Rears are from a Ford E150. Send them to be revalved. Done.
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