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Here is the Chevy Part #15962403

From this thread: junkyard rear bump stops
Hmmm in the process of googling new OEM blazer bumps I also stublmed across these Energy Suspension Progressive Rate Universal Bump Stop (Black) - 9.9178G
No dimensions listed though, I wonder if one of the universal bumps they sell will work. MUCH more reasonably priced than the super duper high performance once that I surmise I won't need since I'm not rallying my truck ><
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These are the dimensions of that ES Bump Stop: Bump Stop Set; Black; Progressive Rate Design; 3 5/32 in. H x 2 9/16 in. OD; Accepts A 12mm Bolt;

Too short.

Did you see that post of mine about the ES competition bump stops I'm using?
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Here's a site with locations that have the GM Auxiliary Spring available: GM 15962403 Spring, genuine OEM part
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Here's a site with locations that have the GM Auxiliary Spring available: GM 15962403 Spring, genuine OEM part
That site lies, called the CO Springs dealer on the list and they don't have them. They said one Florida dealer has supposedly one in stock and they might be an inventory error, going to call some pick n pulls next. Worst comes to worst I'll grab the $100 ones from energy suspension as it seems that's the cheapest aftermarket solution.

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I got the LC shocks installed today. They definitely landed in the sweet spot between the too harsh OME 60028s and the too soft Tundra Bilstein's. The front and rear ride quality is now the same. Body roll is reduced and bump steer is non-existent. Speed Humps are super smooth. This rides like it used to with my Downey Off-Road springs and the OME 60027s.

For reference, I have a 10" subwoofer in a box that weighs about 38-40 lbs., a Hi-Lift Jack, a tool kit, 100 lbs. of sand bags in the back, a 33" spare tire and a hitch. I put the 100 lbs. of sand back there to reduce some of the rake with the LC coils. I think 1" of rake is perfect. 1.5" is too much. With that said, I think the ride quality is what it is right now because of the 200-ish lbs. of weight in the back. I think it would be a little jiggly with it empty. I'm confident that the spring/shock combination will deal with the typical camping loads I will subject it to.

I'm looking forward to getting in the dirt soon. At any rate, the street ride is a huge improvement over the other combinations I've had lately.
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No LC springs or Bilstein 5100 shocks in the rear of mine but I did get my LC shocks installed and they ride fantastic....they even have a skid plate welded on from the factory. I'm running OME 906 coils with a 1.5" spacer on the drivers side and 2 10mm spacers on top of the coil on the passengers side. It's still settling in but I'll get some measurements soon. Looks pretty balanced to me with just a hint of rake which is what i was hoping for. I was worried the 906 coil with a 1.5" spacer on the driver side would be too tall but with almost 500lbs of extra weight in the back it worked out.

Sucks I had to cut off the Bilstein shocks (the top nut was frozen on), but the results were worth it and the price was right. I can't recommend the LC shocks enough, here's the part number again: #48531-69417 If you get these though, get the bushings/hardware if they aren't included...the shock has a bigger shaft diameter so the OEM 4runner hardware won't fit.
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You can order Icon 9/16" ID Bushings and Washers from here: https://www.offroadwarehouse.com/pro...ynamics-611007

Or here: 9/16 Medium Duty Stem Bushing Kit | 303 Shock Services - Better picture of the kit
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Well this is getting put off for a little bit. Both my CVs needed replacement. Ripped inner boots right where the clamp is. One of them decided to spit some grease on the last little bit of the 270 miles I drive today (I think it was when I was going around a cloverleaf). Bought some duralasts and will hopefully have time to tackle that tomorrow. At least this way I get some time now to scour pick n pulls for those bumps

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I'm running the 5125's paired with the 7.5 wraps that I installed about 7 years ago. The springs are showing there age as I can hear them squeak when I go over bumps or come to a stop. May go the same route or run some OME rear springs.
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I'm running the 5125's paired with the 7.5 wraps that I installed about 7 years ago. The springs are showing there age as I can hear them squeak when I go over bumps or come to a stop. May go the same route or run some OME rear springs.
The squeaks may be the sway bar bushings. That's what I would suspect first on my own truck. It could also just be some crud stuck in upper and lower coil perches rubbing against the coils and the metal in the perches.

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Alright this is getting out of hand. I thought it was bad when I saw a dozen eggs are now 5.29, now I've got to pay 50% more for Internet advice?

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I got the LC shocks installed today. They definitely landed in the sweet spot between the too harsh OME 60028s and the too soft Tundra Bilstein's. The front and rear ride quality is now the same. Body roll is reduced and bump steer is non-existent. Speed Humps are super smooth. This rides like it used to with my Downey Off-Road springs and the OME 60027s.

For reference, I have a 10" subwoofer in a box that weighs about 38-40 lbs., a Hi-Lift Jack, a tool kit, 100 lbs. of sand bags in the back, a 33" spare tire and a hitch. I put the 100 lbs. of sand back there to reduce some of the rake with the LC coils. I think 1" of rake is perfect. 1.5" is too much. With that said, I think the ride quality is what it is right now because of the 200-ish lbs. of weight in the back. I think it would be a little jiggly with it empty. I'm confident that the spring/shock combination will deal with the typical camping loads I will subject it to.

I'm looking forward to getting in the dirt soon. At any rate, the street ride is a huge improvement over the other combinations I've had lately.
Just as a follow-up to this, yesterday I helped my wife with bringing 5 new computers to her work. They are all workstations and new in the box. So, I had to empty the cargo area to get everything to fit since I also was taking the folding camp trailer to move them from the parking lot to the building.

Anyhoo, after dropping her and the computers off, I drove home with an empty truck save for the subwoofer. As I suspected, the ride was jiggly. It's too nose-down without the 100 lbs. of sand in the back. Additionally, with that much rake, the truck is a bit dive-y during braking. I wouldn't recommend this combination without the extra weight to reduce the rake, not to mention the improvement in ride quality.

We'll be doing a Winter colors ride this weekend if all goes as planned. Nothing hardcore since the marked 4WD trails are all soaking wet. I expect the off-road manners to be pretty darn good.
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Just as a follow-up to this, yesterday I helped my wife with bringing 5 new computers to her work. They are all workstations and new in the box. So, I had to empty the cargo area to get everything to fit since I also was taking the folding camp trailer to move them from the parking lot to the building.

Anyhoo, after dropping her and the computers off, I drove home with an empty truck save for the subwoofer. As I suspected, the ride was jiggly. It's too nose-down without the 100 lbs. of sand in the back. Additionally, with that much rake, the truck is a bit dive-y during braking. I wouldn't recommend this combination without the extra weight to reduce the rake, not to mention the improvement in ride quality.

We'll be doing a Winter colors ride this weekend if all goes as planned. Nothing hardcore since the marked 4WD trails are all soaking wet. I expect the off-road manners to be pretty darn good.
What is your setup in the front? Also how did it handle all the computers in the back? Did it sag you too much?
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What is your setup in the front? Also how did it handle all the computers in the back? Did it sag you too much?
Everything on my truck is in my signature. TRD Tundra Coils + RCD (Race Car Dynamics) Bilstein 5100 in the front. No sag from all the computers + folding cart. Handled just fine. With the LC Coils and an unloaded cargo area, the rake is just too much and it shifts a lot of the weight onto the nose of the truck. That just gets worse under braking.

My front setup was installed in September 2009, so there's 13+ years on the coils, but they haven't sagged and the front end feels like it always has. The rubber bushings on the 5100's are still in great shape. I use ATP AT-205 Re-Seal to keep the rubber parts on the entire truck conditioned. But, when you jack up the rear of the truck like that, it gets unbalanced.

If I moved the TRD Coils from the 2nd perch to the 3rd, then maybe I could run the rear unloaded as it would raise up the nose about 5/8" of an inch and I'd be back to 1" of rake. But then I'd be giving up down travel and possibly creating a harsher ride in front. So, I will keep the sand bags in the back for day-to-day and remove them as necessary.

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