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i just wanted to be sure when i went to replace my shocks i found out that my esv was converted to gas shocks but my compressor was running when i started it up so i thought it was still stock.but any way when called bilstein they asked me if it was 1500 or 2500
 

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I paid around 600 for my AC Delco bilstein ones. Any passive shock is around 400. I'm sure it's a very slight change of ride. Monroe or arnott would be my top choices
 

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I thought the arnotts are 200 each and acdelco 275? Sometimes Amazon isnt the best since they charge you tax
 

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godsdiablo said:
I thought the arnotts are 200 each and acdelco 275? Sometimes Amazon isnt the best since they charge you tax

I think it depends on if you get through a third party seller on Amazon or Amazon's fulfillment centers(the second one charges tax)

Still is cheaper then a dealer on price for oem shocks
 

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Go back to air shocks if they didn't ruin the fittings. Arnott is where it's at: https://www.arnottindustries.com/part_CADILLAC_yid6_pid77.html

Those are for a short box Escalade. He needs for an ESV. I just put the Bilstien/Arnott AS-2700s rear shocks on my 2006 ESV. Ride is great. I still have the OEM shocks on the front. I can't tell the difference between the OEM active rears and the BIlsteins. When the fronts finally go, I will probably replace myself with OEM ones so the air ride system will still input those.
 

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i looked on amazon and their 182.00 so maybe i will go with those and if the fittings are bad does any one know where i can get them?
 
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