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Problems fitting Bilstein 6112 on the A arm

I just got my A arm down and ready to fit my 6112 into the socket, and the bushing at the bottom of the shock is about 2-3mm too wide. Has anyone else installed 6112s without issue? I was under the impression the 6112 should work in a 4th gen. Is there a difference between an '03 and later years?
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I just got my A arm down and ready to fit my 6112 into the socket, and the bushing at the bottom of the shock is about 2-3mm too wide. Has anyone else installed 6112s without issue? I was under the impression the 6112 should work in a 4th gen. Is there a difference between an '03 and later years?
Sounds like you may have 6112s for a 5th gen. They have a wider bracket.
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