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Frequently Asked Questions
Do you sell air shocks?
Are the heavy duty shocks designed for hard use or made as an all around shock?
What is the main difference between the different settings?
How do I find the part number for the Bilstein shocks that came with my vehicle?

YearSettingPart NumberFootnotesList PriceOur PriceOrder QuantitySubmit Order
60-65 Beetle, Karmann Ghia Koni Special Front: 80-1349  $154.00 $107.80
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Rear: 80-1350  $154.00 $107.80
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52-59 Beetle, Karmann Ghia Koni Special Front: 80-1349  $154.00 $107.80
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Rear: Not Applicable  $0.00 $0.00
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do you sell air shocks?
We are not currently selling any air shocks.

Are the heavy duty shocks designed for hard use or made as an all around shock?
Bilstein heavy duty shocks are very suitable for both on and offroad use. They may be stiffer than your OEM shocks, but should give you a better feeling of control and stability.

What is the main difference between the different settings?
Comfort setting shocks would be very much like the original shocks for your car. Heavy Duty will be somewhat stiffer and give your car a stiffer and more controlled ride. Sport setting shocks are 30% stiffer than Heavy Duty and are usually used with lowering springs for very hard driving and competition. We recommend Heavy Duty shocks for most applications.

How do I find the part number for the Bilstein shocks that came with my vehicle?
The part number should be stamped onto the body of the shock. If a casual inspection doesn't turn it up, I'd give a dealer a call and ask him what the OEM shocks are.

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