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Old 10-05-2020, 04:33 PM #61
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Yeah I didn't know if there was a nut I had to get to in there or if they just threaded in. Got lazy and didn't go back and do it. Might throw then on tomorrow if I have time. Thanks.


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I pulled the trigger on the energy suspension bump stops for the front. I just wanted to be sure these are correct as they say rear, and see how they are holding up?
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I pulled the trigger on the energy suspension bump stops for the front. I just wanted to be sure these are correct as they say rear, and see how they are holding up?
just installed these exact ones on my car over the weekend. i did not jack the car up and getting enough clearance to screw them in with an allen wrench was a huge PITA. ended up cutting down a wrench with a dremel to make it all work. definitely an upgrade over stock though
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just installed these exact ones on my car over the weekend. i did not jack the car up and getting enough clearance to screw them in with an allen wrench was a huge PITA. ended up cutting down a wrench with a dremel to make it all work. definitely an upgrade over stock though
Ok thanks for the sanity check. It does look like I can get away with not busting out the jack. They managed to forget my mounting bolts even though the bag was sealed, Iíll pick some up tomorrow.
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Have handy a pipe wrench or a channel lock wrench to take the stock BS off. Fyi the energy suspension screws used allen bolts, so a socket with matching allen head might be handy as well depending on the option of the bolt you choose. Just keep in mind your tool or socket used has to clear the ID of the bushing. A single L shaped allen key can be too short on one end to use and the long end can be too long, it might make contact with the LCA so that is why your T4R brothers lift theirs for the clearance to install these bump stops.
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Have handy a pipe wrench or a channel lock wrench to take the stock BS off. Fyi the energy suspension screws used allen bolts, so a socket with matching allen head might be handy as well depending on the option of the bolt you choose. Just keep in mind your tool or socket used has to clear the ID of the bushing. A single L shaped allen key can be short on one end to use and the long end can be too long and will make contact with the LCA so that is why your T4R brothers lift theirs for installing these bump stops.
Thanks I appreciate the tips, Iíll bust out the jack if I canít sneak an Allen socket in there. Iím thinking these channel locks will suffice.

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Ok thanks for the sanity check. It does look like I can get away with not busting out the jack. They managed to forget my mounting bolts even though the bag was sealed, Iíll pick some up tomorrow.
Unless you have the perfect height wrench it will likely just be easier for you to jack it up. They also forgot my bolts as well.
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I made the mistake and ordered 2 of one side (rear bumps), not realizing they're side specific. I don't believe anyone had clearly noted this so I'll save you guys the expense lol
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Are these taller than the stock rears?
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Are these taller than the stock rears?
Yup, hence the "upgrade".
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I just installed Timbren Active Off-Road Bumpstops front and rear.

I have Kings all around.

I measure 3.5" between the rear bump stops and the axle now. Do I need some sort of spacer to get it closer to the axle?

It doesn't seem like they would engage because it looks like my shocks are compressing 3.5" max. At least that's what the "clean area" on the shock shaft measured.
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I contacted DuroBumps and they have tooled a shorter version for the rear, for those of us doing 0Ē-2Ē lifts. Not up on their sight yet, I am going to email him back today to find out the status. I will post the reply. I am dong a 1Ē lift in back with Eibach springs, so these would be perfect


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Reading through his original reply he does say this new version will be perfect for a 1Ē lift.
The longer ones most certainly do not work with an Eibach pro lift kit. I have to see about returning or exchanging mine.
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I just installed Timbren Active Off-Road Bumpstops front and rear.

I have Kings all around.

I measure 3.5" between the rear bump stops and the axle now. Do I need some sort of spacer to get it closer to the axle?

It doesn't seem like they would engage because it looks like my shocks are compressing 3.5" max. At least that's what the "clean area" on the shock shaft measured.
How tall are the rear Timbren bumpstops? I've got the Lexus bumps installed.
Which Kings do you have? I've got standard length (OEM series).
Which rear springs are you running too? I'm on Icon 2" springs
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How tall are the rear Timbren bumpstops? I've got the Lexus bumps installed.
Which Kings do you have? I've got standard length (OEM series).
Which rear springs are you running too? I'm on Icon 2" springs
The Timbren's are a little over 5" tall.

I have the remote reservoir Kings in the back with the ToyTec 2.0 Superflex springs. Should be around 2"-2.5" Lift in back.
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