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Old 07-04-2015, 12:54 PM
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Hi guys. Cheers for the replies. Well if I had my time again I would not bother with them. They are a harder compound than the stock ones, way less 'squish' in these. I would just run the stock ones, however if your stock ones are missing then these are probably a good replacement. Time will tell anyway. As for fitting them, the threads that come on them are way to long. So what I did was put the nut on, about 3mm till it hits the bottom of the bump stop, then ground the excess thread off at the bottom on the nut. It would be to hard to get the nut on in that tight UCA with the full thread left on. The hole in the stock UCA does not need to be drilled out. Thread fits perfectly. You will need to good clamp to pull the lower control arm down to get the new bump stop in, not hard just a bit fiddly. Hope this helps some of you. Matt

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Saw this at a job I was working at last week. The owner had removed all his bumpstops and was driving around like that. I asked him why and the reply was to get more travel lol.
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I just bought these on eBay located in aus, they were the last pack but kept an eye out for more

https://m.ebay.com.au/itm/Hot-Rod-Lo...kAAOSwehVah3AK

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