Mazda BT-50 Shocks

Mazda BT-50 Shocks

Do you need BT-50 shock absorbers ? Simply select your make and model below to see all available options.

We stock a wide range of Mazda BT-50 shocks! Our online range includes shock absorbers for the following variants: Mazda BT-50 TF (2020 - Onwards), Mazda BT-50 MY11 - 20 (2011 - 2020) and Mazda BT-50 B2500; B3000 (2006 - 2011).

We only offer BT-50 shocks from industry-leading brands such as Tough Dog, Koni, Rancho and Bilstein.

Mazda BT-50 with Lift Kit fitted


Our Range

Choose your Mazda BT-50 to see all available shock absorber options:

Mazda BT-50 TF (2020 - Onwards)


Mazda BT-50 B2500; B3000 (2006 - 2011)


Mazda BT-50 MY11 - 20 (2011 - 2020)




How much do Mazda BT-50 Shocks cost?

Prices start from $290 for a pair of Rancho RS5000 Shocks. This is our most cost-effective shock option for Mazda BT-50.

Depending on your vehicle, prices range from $290 to about $1200 per pair of shock absorbers.

Our range includes Rancho, Tough Dog, Bilstein & Koni shock absorbers for various BT-50 models. The brands we offer reach those on a budget wanting a good quality replacement shock to the high end options such as Bilstein & Koni.


What are the signs of worn out shocks?

Worn out shocks will no longer be controlling the spring movement as it reacts to bumps or dips in the road giving the passenger an unpleasant ride quality!
Shock testing can be done easily by a visual inspection, looking for worn out bushes or oil leaks as well as the bounce test. Simply bounce once on one corner of the vehicle and if the vehicle oscillates more than once the shocks are showing signs of wear. As a general guide it is recommended to change the shocks after around 80,000kms  - if regularly travelling on rough or harsh terrain it is likely they may need replacement earlier.


Should I replace both the front and rear shocks at the same time?

Only if necessary, if both the front and rear shocks are worn out and no longer performing as they should you would change all four. If only one end of the vehicle has worn shocks you can simply replace the worn parts.

Keep in mind  it is recommend to replace shocks in pairs to ensure even wear.


Will new shocks improve the ride quality?

If you are replacing old worn out shocks, Yes you will notice better ride control, stability and comfort. As worn shocks are no longer effectively controlling the pitch and roll of the vehicle this translates to poor ride quality and the feeling of instability. New shocks will absorb bumps and react efficiently to provide a much improved ride!


BT-50 Shocks Brands

Tough Dog Shocks for Mazda BT-50

Tough Dog, one of the most trusted brands in the industry, has been supplying durable suspension components of the highest quality for decades.

We use their range of aftermarket 4WD suspension parts throughout the majority of our shocks.

Bilstein Shocks for Mazda BT-50

Manufactured in Germany, Bilstein’s B6 Offroad shocks are another sought-after option. Their mono-tube high pressure gas pressure technology instantly reacts to any condition providing maximum vehicle body motion control while maintaining more precise handling.

Koni Shocks for Mazda BT-50

Koni Heavy Track and Raid shocks are among the highest quality off-road shock absorbers. Their valving technology and full hydraulic design mean they are ideal for comfort and ride quality. Raid shocks feature a large outer body for maximum heat dissipation over rough roads and corrugations.

Although they are on the high end of the market, most Koni shocks are adjustable and serviceable to ensure maximum life span and value for money.

Rancho Shocks for Mazda BT-50

Rancho RS5000X shock absorbers are available for a range of BT-50 models.

The RS5000X shock absorber uses advanced compression functionality and a unique rebound valving system. This reduces harsh impacts and improves the vehicle’s on and off-road handling performance.

Developed right here in Australia, Rancho shocks are designed to meet the demands of comfortable four-wheel drive use in the rugged Aussie outback!


Not sure which shocks are right for you? Check out our handy guide on How to Choose Shock Absorbers to learn more about different types of shock absorber options available to you.

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