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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-14-2010, 05:10 AM Thread Starter
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Quick bump stop ?

Is it better to just space the stock rubber one down or should I build it with solid pipe



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make it a solid piece with just enough room to slide the block under it

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A buddy of mine used 4 inch boxsteel in stock place and mounted stock bumps to the bottom. Truck could only squat like 2 inches.

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Did he have them touching the axle or did he leave a 1" gap

And how much do the stock rubber ones compress


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What i did on my set up was bolt the stock rubber piece to an adjustable tubing bump stop so I can have the 1" space if need but if not then jack the back up the truck up and run solid. I cut the rubber ones in half, the reason I run the rubber ones on it and cut like that is it doesnt compress much but the rubber cushion in there keeps the truck from bouncing and hopping, I have not had one problem with my truck bouncing or hopping, but it seems the guys with the metal on metal have the hopping and bouncing issues.


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Alright cool I'll have to give it a try


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my buddy lifts the back of the truck off the ground and then puts the biggest thing he can fit in.... i've never seem him pull though so i have no clue how good it works

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