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Sources for tall bumpstops

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by CyberSniper, Mar 29, 2005.

  1. CyberSniper

    CyberSniper 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    I need some tall bumpstops to keep the spring plate out of my pitman arm. I'd really like to just use a tall bumpstop instead of making new brackets. But, the only application I know of that has a really tall bumpstop is the SSR and those aren't cheap.
     
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    Summit sells them.
     
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    The 9.9104's mentioned above are sold by www.summitracing.com and can be had in red or black for $20 less than ORD and are the same dimensions.

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    Hey I got my 9104's in yellow......got 5hp......For a pic of the mass of em, take a look in my webshots, prob one in my truck now 1 folder.
     
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    Wow... I paid less than that for all my spring bushings. I guess I'll buy SSR bumpstops or make some drop brackets for $46.
     
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    maybe...

    Can you use an old rear bumpstop/bracket assembly ??--they have a "U" shaped bracket and the rubber bump stop just presses in--probably would not be hard to adapt.. :confused:
     

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