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post #1 of 7 Old 07-28-2010, 11:26 PM Thread Starter
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Budget Boost Bump Stops

I have 31" tires on my jeep and im about to get a 2.25" BB. The BB comes with rear bump stops, but not front ones. Should i not worry about it with these tires or should i invest the $20 and get a set of front bump stops? (or even use the hockey puck trick?)

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post #2 of 7 Old 07-29-2010, 05:47 AM
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That's up to you.I've never used longer front bumpstops with a 2,25" lift and 31's.
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That's up to you.I've never used longer front bumpstops with a 2,25" lift and 31's.
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depends on shock length and whether you have enough space to compress the springs in the tower

what's the collapsed length of the aftermarket shocks you'll be using?


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depends on shock length and whether you have enough space to compress the springs in the tower

what's the collapsed length of the aftermarket shocks you'll be using?
I'll be using the Skyjacker Hydros. Collapsed: 13.71"
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I'll be using the Skyjacker Hydros. Collapsed: 13.71"
You're fine.Don't over think it.
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Haha i figured i was fine. Just wanted to make sure
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