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      02-03-2021, 11:31 AM   #1
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FS: Bilstein B16 PSS10 Coilover set NIB

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I have a BNIB PSS10 (PN 48-131636). I have been sitting on this set for a year waiting for the time to go through the vehicle and put them on, but really could use the money, right now. I could eat the shipping cost if the price is right. I would love to get what I have in the set, since I have not even opened the box, but am open to reasonable offers.

FCP Euro has a better description of this set.

https://www.fcpeuro.com/products/bmw...36#description

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According to ecs, this part number fits a 2012 e90 rwd sedan but not a e91 rwd wagon? Does that make sense? I thought sedans and wagons had same suspension.
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According to ecs, this part number fits a 2012 e90 rwd sedan but not a e91 rwd wagon? Does that make sense? I thought sedans and wagons had same suspension.
From my understanding the physical parts fit but they don't have the same spring rates as the E91 is heavier than the E90, typically the e91 and E93 same the same or similar spring rates
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