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Old 07-27-2020, 02:05 AM #46
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This and that. All in all spent $140.00
Nice.. I'm looking to replicate this setup. Same question... do you have a measurement of how tall they are? Have you come into contact with them with your kings?

EDIT: How tall the rear bumps are.

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Had them on for a week and they feel great! I ordered the 1.5" rears that are meant for stock to mild lift. Running them with Kings set to 0 preload and stock rear springs.

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Pardon my ignorance but is it necessary to upgrade these with a 3" lift? I know it can't hurt to do it but if its not necessary then I wouldn't mind waiting a bit and use the money for another item.
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Awesome guys! Thank you. Was thinking of getting the wheelers but wasnt sure. I'll definitely look into energy suspension. Running 3inches of lift with stock bumps stops and well...they need to go. My rear is especially stiff when going over speed bumps etc

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I threw on the Timbren bump stops a few months back and aside from the fronts being difficult to take off initially I really like the way they feel on and off-road. Just enough squish while maintaining stability. They need a few more trips on them but so far I love them!
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Had them on for a week and they feel great! I ordered the 1.5" rears that are meant for stock to mild lift. Running them with Kings set to 0 preload and stock rear springs.

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Which Gen 4Runner do you have? Hoping to find shorter rears for my 5th gen but website only shows the ones for 2+ lift.

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Which Gen 4Runner do you have? Hoping to find shorter rears for my 5th gen but website only shows the ones for 2+ lift.

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Been running these in the rear and durobumps in the front. Pretty pleased with the results!
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Been running these in the rear and durobumps in the front. Pretty pleased with the results!
That's what I run also. Excellent setup. Keeps close to stock up travel in the rear.
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total chaos mounts, king hydraulic threaded body 2" bumps. back end is glorious in high speed dips and small "jumps"
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@bearflorian I'm running these on a 5th gen. You can check out SDHQ they have the short version for the rears.

Since the last post I have upgraded my rear sprjngs to the Bilstein B12's and the ride feels even better on and off road.

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@bearflorian I'm running these on a 5th gen. You can check out SDHQ they have the short version for the rears.

Since the last post I have upgraded my rear sprjngs to the Bilstein B12's and the ride feels even better on and off road.
Thanks, I see them now on the SDHQ website but not on toyotabumbstops.com.

And thank you to the others that suggested the Sonnoran Steel option, I will look into them.

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what are you guys recommending for the front? currently just running 6112's but when they blow Kings will be installed. Plasticguy bumps? i refuse to lose up travel/change the shock valving by having the bumps in constant contact so timbrens are a no go.
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what are you guys recommending for the front? currently just running 6112's but when they blow Kings will be installed. Plasticguy bumps? i refuse to lose up travel/change the shock valving by having the bumps in constant contact so timbrens are a no go.

Duro Bumps claim to be stock length is my understanding.
I think that's what you're wanting? I'm not familiar with any other products that are.
I think I have my stock bumps lying around, I'd have to compare to be sure
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Duro Bumps claim to be stock length is my understanding.
I think that's what you're wanting? I'm not familiar with any other products that are.
I think I have my stock bumps lying around, I'd have to compare to be sure
Here is a photo of the stock vs durobumps. Though the durobumps are taller, they are designed (as claimed) to compress to stock height. I found I haven't lost any noticeable loss in up travel after installing them. Also take a look at the screen still I captured from a video demonstrating the durobumps! see video here around post 30 seconds --> @plastics_guy bumpstops - YouTube

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Here is a photo of the stock vs durobumps. Though the durobumps are taller, they are designed (as claimed) to compress to stock height. I found I haven't lost any noticeable loss in up travel after installing them. Also take a look at the screen still I captured from a video demonstrating the durobumps! see video here around post 30 seconds --> @plastics_guy bumpstops - YouTube







Thanks for chiming in @SpeedyKevin . Saved me from digging through my whole garage. I have made the same observations. Uptravel is the same as OEM however the stop is much softer
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