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Default Bilstein B6 Offroad Shocks for Mitsubishi Triton ML-MN

First released in 2006, the ML Mitsubishi Triton was the beginning of the fourth generation of Mitsubishiís flagship utility. A facelifted model, the MN, was released in 2009 and saw production all the way until 2015. The fourth generation Mitsubishi Triton is available in a wide range of body and drivetrain configurations to suit everyone from the tradesman to the family man. With its 4x4 system and plenty of ground clearance, the ML-MN Triton is also extremely capable when it comes time to venture offroad. If you own a fourth-generation Mitsubishi Triton weíre here to tell you that the Bilstein B6 Offroad shock absorber is the perfect suspension upgrade, improving handling performance across all driving conditions.

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The ML Mitsubishi Triton was offered with the choice of either a 2.4 litre petrol straight-4 with an output of 94kW and 194Nm, a 2.5 litre turbo-diesel straight-4 with an output of 100kW and 314Nm, a 3.2 litre turbo-diesel straight-4 with an output of 118kW and 347Nm and finally, a 3.5 litre petrol V6 that generated 135kW and 309Nm. Only the 2.4 litre petrol straight-4 and 2.5 litre turbo-diesel straight-4 were offered with the MN Triton. Both were available with either a 4-speed automatic transmission or a 5-speed manual transmission.

The Bilstein B6 Offroad shock absorber has been developed with all-round performance in mind to help the Triton be more effective across all applications. Whether it be towing a heavy load, touring the great open road, or tackling Australiaís tough off-road environments, the benefits of Bilsteinís B6 Offroad shock absorbers will grant your Triton even greater ability.

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Performance-hurting vehicle dynamics that are usually evident in tall SUVís such as the Triton are vastly reduced thanks to Bilsteinís precise damper settings. These precise damper settings allow for a greater load carrying capacity and improved vehicle control, meaning you can take advantage of the Tritonís capability a lot more effectively.

The Bilstein B6 Offroad shocks also feature a long service life without having to change the standard springs, and also utilise gas pressure technology and mono-tube/Upside-Down technology which works to optimise road holding in all conditions.

For pricing or more information please give us a call on (02) 9516 1182 or send us an email:

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Since the Triton uses the same front shocker as the PB PC Challenger you guys might like to comment on this thread;

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