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post #16 of 20 Old 05-04-2013, 10:00 PM Thread Starter
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$80 bucks holy fak
Autozone sells them for $10 a piece lol


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post #17 of 20 Old 05-05-2013, 08:08 AM
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the front bumpstop; and on this note: It Isnt There,,, it must have fallen out... HOW? they wont fit through the spring.

so how is one of mine missing? shouldnt there be a beat-up bump stop at the bottom of the coil?

and when I put in a new one, how to properly secure it,

and so the hockypuck is for use with a lift, in addition to the actual bump stop... to adjust for the lift.

( and technically; that is not holy fak, that would be UNholy fak)

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I'm thinking mine rotted away and crumbled out...

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post #19 of 20 Old 05-05-2013, 11:06 AM
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http://www.summitracing.com/parts/ptp-19-1705/overview/

i use those. much better than hockey pucks, but not as cheap.

jounce bumpers are supposed to provide a soft stop for up travel. hitting hockey pucks against metal will give you a very jarring ride.

you want your bump stops to either limit your up travel to the point right before your shocks bottom out or before your tire eats a fender. whatever comes first. but definitely need them if you want your shocks to last. you can blow them out on the highway with no bumpstops.

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i use those. much better than hockey pucks, but not as cheap.

jounce bumpers are supposed to provide a soft stop for up travel. hitting hockey pucks against metal will give you a very jarring ride.

you want your bump stops to either limit your up travel to the point right before your shocks bottom out or before your tire eats a fender. whatever comes first. but definitely need them if you want your shocks to last. you can blow them out on the highway with no bumpstops.
Yes, you absolutely still need a jounce with the hockey pucks

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