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KYB – GR-2/EXCEL-G STRUT INSERTS
When your GR-2/Excel-G strut needs to be recharged, KYB’s GR-2/Excel-G strut inserts are specifically engineered to rev it back up and restore OE-quality control and comfort to your ride. Since 1919, KYB has specialized in the development of aftermarket hydraulic and ride control products.
GABRIEL – ULTRA CARTRIDGE STRUT INSERTS
When your suspension repair only calls for hydraulic component replacements, Gabriel’s Ultra Cartridge strut inserts are optimally engineered and efficiently packaged so you can simply swap out the parts you need. Established in 1900, Gabriel is renowned for engineering many first-of-its-kind shock absorbers for the automotive aftermarket.
Fits the following 1989 BMW 535i Submodels
The Bilstein B8 Sprint Series is the shortened high-performance shock absorber for virtually every lowering spring set and series production sport vehicles. This B8 Sprint Series by Bilstein is also the first choice on sports springs used with standard length shock absorbers. It is designed to enhance your car's lowered suspension, optimum road holding, enhanced tracking stabilization, and excellent damping force.
BILSTEIN – B4 OE REPLACEMENT STRUT INSERTS
The B4 OE replacement strut inserts from Bilstein were developed to restore your vehicle’s ride to OE levels of comfort and control. They feature either a mono- or twin-tube, gas pressurized design that’s manufactured to the exacting standards to ensure long-lasting performance. Bilstein has set the standard in shock absorber and suspension components since they invented the first monotube, gas-pressure shock in the 1950s.
BILSTEIN – B6 HEAVY DUTY STRUT INSERTS
Bilstein’s B6 Heavy Duty strut inserts were engineered to provide better handling, control and stability while retaining a comfortable ride. The heavy duty construction of the mono-tube, gas-pressurized design was designed to deliver performance that lasts. Bilstein has set the standard in shock absorber and suspension components since they invented the first monotube, gas-pressure shock in the 1950s.