Gen 1 SLR Stage III, time to replace the front Bilsteins - Nissan Xterra Forum
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Gen 1 SLR Stage III, time to replace the front Bilsteins

I've had the SLR Stage III on my '00 since '01. Something must have broken inside one of the front shocks because the center rod is sticking out of the top mount about a 1/2" more than it should. The nut is frozen, so there's no tightening - or loosening for that matter. Going to be a fun time getting it off. Anyway, it seems the original Bilsteins have been discontinued for about 2 years - the H0 version. I have an ARB Bullbar and a Warn 10K winch. has a couple of options - the original style in the H2 configuration or the newer 5100 model. Looking for recommendations. I generally stay on the road these days, though in NC, the line between on- and off-road are often blurry, even in the cities. I will be doing some occasional off roading, so I don't want to lose the capability.
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