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Old 10-06-2023, 08:17 PM #181
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Yeah we all run em in the front, even the hardware fits and does pretty dang good performance so good that i have no intention of ever changing them out.

whats your budget on the rear ?

I'm running icon hydrobumps in the rear, and had timbren's in the past (still like them). They both work well but they are so expensive.

My buddy is running lexus take offs (not sure what it is) and airbags and likes that combo. Honestly, i probably go that route if I had to do it all again.

When it comes to bumpstops i don't believe that there is some magical pixie dust that makes one piece of rubber better than someone else.
I havenít decided yet. Still researching but Iím open for suggestions. The Lexus one sounds good. Just need to get the part numbers.
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I havenít decided yet. Still researching but Iím open for suggestions. The Lexus one sounds good. Just need to get the part numbers.
I just installed the ES 8.9104r up front and Lexus ones in the back. These are the part numbers: 48306-60201 and 48036-60011.
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I just installed the ES 8.9104r up front and Lexus ones in the back. These are the part numbers: 48306-60201 and 48036-60011.
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Talking Info re: GX460 rear bump stops

Hey All,

Looking for info on the GX460 rear bump stops: would the height of these be comparable to a 3.5" DuroBump?

I have a bare-bone stock '19 SR5 Premium and I'm installing a Bilstein 5100 kit with front 2885 springs, and 2895 rear springs, all in an attempt to get a very, very mild lift and to level out the rake. 275's going on right after all of this and, if needed, I'll chuck a viper cut at the front bumper.

Going to install the Energy Suspension front (rear, technically) bump stops, per the recc's I've seen on this thread.

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Hey All,

Looking for info on the GX460 rear bump stops: would the height of these be comparable to a 3.5" DuroBump?

I have a bare-bone stock '19 SR5 Premium and I'm installing a Bilstein 5100 kit with front 2885 springs, and 2895 rear springs, all in an attempt to get a very, very mild lift and to level out the rake. 275's going on right after all of this and, if needed, I'll chuck a viper cut at the front bumper.

Going to install the Energy Suspension front (rear, technically) bump stops, per the recc's I've seen on this thread.

Cheers!
its pretty long, but very squishy. my buddy ran them with 275s and now 285s with no problems.
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What bump stops are you running for both front and rear and how do you like them?
Whatever the rig came with from the factory. I guess I like them just fine, as the ride is augmented with the foam rubber in the seat and my personal butt cheek bump stops.
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Blue Sumo Springs.

About 10k miles on them, on- and off-road. Firmer ride. No more nose dive.
How do you like the Sumo's? Do they still allow you to fully articulate?

I have to fully articulate, but also want some cushion when going over bumps faster than a crawl.
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