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    Default Are rear shocks double acting?

    I have had a bouncy rise on my car since I bought it, I have changed both rear shocks (cheap OEM) and both front (GM originals)

    When I changed the fronts it reduced the how bouncy the car was, although the rears didn't.

    The rear shock I put on were some unknown brand and don't think they were double acting, are the Bilstein B4's double acting?.

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    All shocks are double acting as the spring compresses and expands.

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