Part numbers for OEM shocks? (1 Viewer)

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So, yeah, my shocks are shot, and I won't be doing any kind of a lift for a while yet. People have made a lot of reference to OEM shocks as being a good deal, here on the forums, but I haven't been able to find anywhere that lists them for sale, nor the part numbers.

Can anybody point me in the right direction?
 
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I actually have 2 rear shocks in my garage that I bought at an auto part store that are nearly brand new. Were on for like a month then I decided to lift it. I'd like to sell them. E-mail me at japshoff07@gmail .com if your interested
 
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Bilsteins are a bit spendy, by the look of it. I just want something better than the totally dead ones I have now. It sucks bouncing up and down the potholes in my driveway.
 

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BJ60 Shocks info from my records.
Front #48511-60120
Rear # 48531-60140

Personally, I like Bilsteins much better.
These are not part numbers that are valid in the US market.

For the US market, these are the correct numbers:

Fronts: 48511-69067
Rears: 48531-69067

They list out at about $40 each which is very reasonable for some very nicely made Tokico's.
 

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