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►If your E30’s rear end feels bouncy and unplanted there is a good chance your rear shocks are toast. You can verify this by attempting a bounce test to see if the shock can control the oscillation of the spring. Alternatively, if the shock absorbers are covered in oil this is a sign they are leaking and require replacement. The good news is, this is an easy repair which requires minimal hand tools or equipment. You can even do it with the car sitting on the ground. We decided to install Bilstein B6 Performance shocks in this DIY to improve handling performance and response. Afterall, Bilstein yellow body shocks + E30 is a winning formula.
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