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For sale: Gen 5 Rallitek 0" overload springs assembled over Bilstein B6 HD struts and brand new strut mounts. Assembled at Rallitek, never installed, collecting dust, been sitting in my basement since Spring. I'm going to need a larger vehicle next year so no point in investing the money in my 2018 OB. $1500.
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Someone was saying the Bilstein B6 is hard to get these days. If I had a Gen 5 I'd grab this.
 
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If you have the Rallitek part numbers for the springs someone can verify.

This kit says 2.5 in the application guide:


But I can't find one for the 3.6? But when I search for the 3.6 it displays the same front springs RTEK-830-711-215 :

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I thought they were the same. It would make sense if they were different as the 3.6 motor has to be heavier but the aftermarket doesn't always take slight weight variations into account,
 

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I have run Bilstein HD before on a Legacy GT Wagon, Impala SS, and they are fantastic. I urge anyone who wants them to grab this as they are hard to get, but they are not for those who want a limo-like floaty ride. It's a firm and well controlled BMW-like ride.
 
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