The Bilstein 24-187152 measures 21.65" extended and 13.84" compressed. This shock is almost 3/4" of an inch longer in the extended length than most OE rear shocks. The Bilstein design allows the compressed length however to remain near stock measurements. If the rear of your Frontier is lifted up to around 2" inches this Bilstein shock should work just fine. If your Frontier is equipped with more than 2" inches of rear lift you will want to consider the use of a longer shock. Again, this Bilstein 24-187152 shock can be installed on trucks with up to 2" inches of rear lift.
This Bilstein 5100 Series shock absorber is designed for use on the rear of 2005-2014 Nissan Frontier and Suzuki Equator trucks. Other Bilstein shocks for the Frontier require some modifications to the bushing or sleeve size before they can be installed. This shock is designed specifically to fit the Frontier and Equator right out of the box! Like all Bilstein 5100 Series shocks, this shock features Bilstein's superior single tube high gas pressure design for the utmost in consistent fade-free performance and long life. Bilstein's patented Digressive self-adjusting valving delivers improved damping control and a smooth ride on all road surfaces at any speed.
Bilstein 24-187152 Features:
Self-Adjusting Deflecting Disc Valving
High-Flow Piston Reduces Harshness
Independent Rebound & Compression Tuning
Larger Working Piston Area for Exact Damping
Superior Control for Large Diameter Tires
Part Number 24-187152 Replaces F4-BE5-E689-H0
The Bilstein 24-187152 shock absorbers is sold individually. If you wish to purchase a pair please adjust your quantity to 2 before completing the checkout process.
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|Free Ground Shipping||No|
|Shock Boot Included||Yes|
|Vehicle Make||Nissan, Suzuki|
|Vehicle Model||Equator, Frontier|
|Model Year||2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014|
|Drive Type||2-Wheel Drive, 4-Wheel Drive|
|Made In the USA||No|