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post #1 of 4 Old Dec 29th, 2010, 6:34 pm Thread Starter
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Rebuilding my Wilbers?

I have searched the site and can't find any current info. I have Wilbers front and rear on my 01' LT and it's time to get them rebuilt. The previous owner was a much smaller man. Can anybody point me to a certified rebuilder for my Wilbers?

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I have searched the site and can't find any current info. I have Wilbers front and rear on my 01' LT and it's time to get them rebuilt. The previous owner was a much smaller man. Can anybody point me to a certified rebuilder for my Wilbers?
http://www.beemershop.com/

Mine are headed there as well within the next couple weeks. 35K on them now ... way over due for service !

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Beemer Shop for sure. Ted will set them up exactly the way you want. I'm really happy with mine.
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Re: Rebuilding my Wilbers?

I spoke with Ted last night. What a breathe of fresh air! Ted went way out of his way to explain a lot of the process to me, down to every last detail. Looking forward to getting my shocks off and having them serviced.

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