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Rears been out for 6 months already, you have to call Eibach.
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Rears been out for 6 months already, you have to call Eibach.
Is it made by Energy Suspension or Eibach ???
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Ryan from Eibach posted their new rear adjustable springs on their Eibach suspension thread, it has pictures of their product that matches their website. It is possible they had help from ES but I will let them confirm that. The 3rd gen in the picture from BB with the demo front bump stop design looks very similar in shape to the rear bump stop Eibach sales just without the included extension plate. I don't know why I'm just now noticing that. I have the rear Eibach BS installed, they said 6 months ago they would sell it separately on their website outside of their kit.

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Is there two different part # for LH and RH side? How are these been working for you?
Looks like there is a RH part: 48306-60201 : 48306-60201 - Genuine Lexus BUMPER SUB-ASSY, REAR SPRING, RH
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Is it made by Energy Suspension or Eibach ???

Eibach buys them from Energy Suspension.
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Eibach buys them from Energy Suspension.
When will your front bump stops be available for sale for the 5th gen?
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When will your front bump stops be available for sale for the 5th gen?

I left Energy Suspension in January 2020, so I don't know the answer to that.



Before I left, we had rate tested the JL bumps and found that they're literally the perfect rate for 4Runners.


At this rate, I will bet that ES will just reuse the same bolt-in style JL bump as previously shown and then just include a couple of bolts and call it a 5th gen 4Runner set. In that case, I'd just buy the Jeep bump set and use my existing 4Runner hardware to mount them.



Jeep set includes 4, but only 2 will be usable, as the others are not meant to be bolted in.
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Rears been out for 6 months already, you have to call Eibach.
Really interested in trying these. Are they the same height as OEM when compressed? I know they are longer than OEM, thus the damping. Can't find any number what they are like fully compressed.

I am actually looking to use bump stop to limit my up travel so tires don't rub the top wheel base. Is this possible?
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Really interested in trying these. Are they the same height as OEM when compressed? I know they are longer than OEM, thus the damping. Can't find any number what they are like fully compressed.

I am actually looking to use bump stop to limit my up travel so tires don't rub the top wheel base. Is this possible?
If looking to limit the rear up travel, use a spacer like what Toytec sells. Replacement bump stops aren't intended to limit up travel, just make it smoother. They might limit it unintendedly, but that's going to be an unpredictable amount until you mount and measure their effect.

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If looking to limit the rear up travel, use a spacer like what Toytec sells. Replacement bump stops aren't intended to limit up travel, just make it smoother. They might limit it unintendedly, but that's going to be an unpredictable amount until you mount and measure their effect.

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I see. Is it possible to do aftermarket bump stop with the metal spacer? I do want softer bottoming out.
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I see. Is it possible to do aftermarket bump stop with the metal spacer? I do want softer bottoming out.
I believe it would since it allows the stock bump to mount properly. Basically need the surface area under the bump and the mounting holes, which the block looks to retain.

I know this is the Energy Susp thread, but I have been impressed with the DuroBumps setup front and back, and they stand behind their product. For the price, the ES front bumps would be worth a try though!
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Installed on my 4th gen 2008 4Runner, direct fit.

Just installed the energy suspension bumpstops on my front control arms and i must say that I am impressed. For the price, i dont think you can beat it.

I measured the heights of both bumpstops for those who might need the data

OEM: ~ 1 5/8”
Energy Suspension: ~ 2.5”

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When I first discovered they worked it was $22 for red $28 for black shipped on Amazon!
Yeah I wasn't willing to pay durabump prices, he was a little too proud back then.
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When I first discovered they worked it was $22 for red $28 for black shipped on Amazon!
Yeah I wasn't willing to pay durabump prices, he was a little too proud back then.
me too...i still won't pay more than i have to if i know there are less expensive (aka. CHEAPER) alternatives out there.



These have served me well, and are still on my vehicle.

I wont buy durobumps either, even though they probably work well.

From a design/engineering aspect and quality of materials, timbrens and ES made more sense than the durobump design.
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Timbrens got too proud as well. I missed out on a rear used set for sale for $100. If I were to start over I would of gone with the oem GX rear bump stops ($100 a set) due to the square curvature for that positive contact point over the center of the axle. My rear Eibachs ($125 then) work but the round contact point only hits the front half of my axle. It might not even be that big of a deal after all, maybe it was designed that way. I would love to see pictures of the axle contact print on someone who upgraded to the taller stock GX bumps stops to confirm my rambling.
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