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Monroe 58646 rear coil over leaking

My Monroe coil over is leaking. Liked the shocks but wonder if the Bilstein 4600 would work as well for towing? Stock suspension 2008 Limited.
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My Monroe coil over is leaking. Liked the shocks but wonder if the Bilstein 4600 would work as well for towing? Stock suspension 2008 Limited.
I have Bilstein B6 4600's up front (Part # 24-186797) up front - I used to have them in their rear also and then I changed the rears to Bilstein 5100's (Part # 33-225807) to allow the rear axle to have a little extra travel.

The B6 4600's are good for towing, they're a reliable heavy duty shock at a good price.


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Thx that is what I am leaning towards.
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Thx that is what I am leaning towards.
Having run them in the rear for a year and up front for a couple of years, I'd recommend them.


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