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Extended bump stops RRC

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has anyone used the Flo-flex poly units? i see a couple different ones but they all look the same. they are supposedly 3.5" tall. i'm running stock bump-stops but pretty sure i need taller ones.

I called Rovers north and they suggested using a poly performance shock bump stop over the shaft instead of a regular bump stop on the frame.

Edited by ndamico, 29 January 2016 - 02:29 PM.


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While I have no direct experience with this and I know people do it, I'd wonder about putting extra load on the shock mounting bolts if you're using the shocks as the bumpstops.  Looks like they're cheap at least, and should be an easy install.

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