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Bilstein Featured Product – B8 6112 Suspension Kit :: October 10th, 2017

B8 6112 Suspension Kit | 2005-2017 NIssan Frontier | 2005-2015 Nissan Xterra

Designed for the serious off-road adventure seeker, the BILSTEIN B8 6112 kit is the ultimate suspension solution. This front coilover kit optimizes off-road and on-road capabilities with a 60mm digressive piston for increased damping control, and bolts into factory mounts. The shock absorbers included in the BILSTEIN B8 6112 kit come equipped with an adjustable spring seat — perfect for leveling your vehicle, increasing ground clearance, and installing larger tires.

Features and Benefits:
– Large 60mm body for increased oil capacity, cooling, and long-term durability
– 60mm digressive piston improves ride comfort and control over rough terrain
– Vehicle specific tuning
– Monotube design ensures consistent, fade-free performance in all conditions
– Adjustable spring seat offers 0-2.75in of lift, depending on the application
– Custom engineered cold wound linear springs for enhanced vehicle control and ride comfort
– Kit includes (2) 60mm shock absorbers, (2) billet hard anodized spring seats, and (2) springs
– Available for late model trucks and SUVs which utilize a front coilover suspension
– Made in the USA

Part Numbers:
B8 6112 Suspension Kit | 47-266711

2 Responses to “Bilstein Featured Product – B8 6112 Suspension Kit”

  1. Jaret Scheirlinck says:

    I’ve been reading mixed reviews on these for a Nissan Xterra. Other places I’ve read they only provide 0-1.7″ lift. How is it you are claiming they provide 0-2.75″? Can you also provide me with a quote on a pair of these? Price is for a fully assembled pair, with springs? Are there different spring rates available?

  2. gord says:

    Jaret, what year is your truck? 2wd or 4wd?