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What bump stops are you running?

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Saw some post but most were old or a specific one. What bump stops are you running for both front and rear and how do you like them? Normal rubber bump stop or hydraulic bump stops? Looking into purchasing some to make the ride performance better and smoother.

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energy suspension in the front
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i like this setup a lot...

I had the toytec extensions w/ oem bumpstops before and that sucked donkey balls
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I'm using Wheelers Superbumps up front and rears are Durobumps.

Haven't gotten to test the rears yet.
Fronts were an immediate difference to me. Control arms would actually make contact with the bumps with my lift rather than not at all with stock bumps. Drops and bumps are much softer and squishier with them, even just driving down the driveway.
I made a video of the fronts.
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I'm using Wheelers Superbumps up front and rears are Durobumps.

Haven't gotten to test the rears yet.
Fronts were an immediate difference to me. Control arms would actually make contact with the bumps with my lift rather than not at all with stock bumps. Drops and bumps are much softer and squishier with them, even just driving down the driveway.
I made a video of the fronts.
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your youtube video was what made me buy new bumpstops and the fact that i got tired of feeling my teeth rattle over corrugations, speed bumps and pot holes.

I also noticed rub marks on the suspension components where it impacted the oem bumps, when I was fixing other things wrong with my suspension.
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I'm using Wheelers Superbumps up front and rears are Durobumps.

Haven't gotten to test the rears yet.
Fronts were an immediate difference to me. Control arms would actually make contact with the bumps with my lift rather than not at all with stock bumps. Drops and bumps are much softer and squishier with them, even just driving down the driveway.
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energy suspension in the front
Timbrens in the rear

i like this setup a lot...
Some great info there; love that Radflo 2.5IFP, was close to going that route...maybe one day...not ready yet.

Anyway, on topic,

I have a 1.2/1.0 lift and will not go higher. What bump stops can I benefit from? When I install the new setup I will have the same lift with 6112 in the front and Icon 2.0 IFP with 1" Eibach springs in the back.

I don't want to pay more than 200-250 between front and rears unless I can be convinced that air bumps in the rear can make things seriously more comfy for the kids and dog. The Icon ones that mount inside the rear spring seem like a great idea but 650 is out of the question.

I guess Wheelers is great for the front (but will it help with 1" lift?) but what about the rear?

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Some great info there; love that Radflo 2.5IFP, was close to going that route...maybe one day...not ready yet.

Anyway, on topic,

I have a 1.2/1.0 lift and will not go higher. What bump stops can I benefit from? When I install the new setup I will have the same lift with 6112 in the front and Icon 2.0 IFP with 1" Eibach springs in the back.

I don't want to pay more than 200-250 between front and rears unless I can be convinced that air bumps in the rear can make things seriously more comfy for the kids and dog. The Icon ones that mount inside the rear spring seem like a great idea but 650 is out of the question.

I guess Wheelers is great for the front (but will it help with 1" lift?) but what about the rear?

Thanks for any suggestions!
energy suspension for the fronts are dirt cheap. I got the idea from a member: akkording on this forum. I think it was like 30 bucks on amazon.

Timbrens are not cheap. There are no affordable rears. Even, the durobumps aren't cheap so thats why I got timbrens. Since there are no value oriented options for the rears. Hydraulic bumps is overkill, and I also run airbags so hydro bumps are a no go for me. FYI, airbags also act as bumps also....so I won't give up my airbags lol.

I would have gone with wheelers in the front, but i'm a cheap skate bastard if i can get away with something more value oriented.

IMHO, anything is better than stock. If you take a flashlight, and look at your front lower A-arm, you will see a impact mark at STOCK height...that was enough for me to upgrade. Basically, you will be happy with anything squishier and taller than stock, since they are designed to compress. The OEM front and rear's don't compress at all, thats why the toytec extensions w/ oem bumps suck so bad. It made the rear feel even worse. Only difference between all these aftermarket choices comes down to is price.
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energy suspension for the fronts are dirt cheap. I got the idea from a member: akkording on this forum. I think it was like 30 bucks on amazon.
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Yep I got the same energy suspension ones. Forgot to put then on when I did the lift. So I still need to install them.


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lol, they aren't hard to install. You need big giant channel locks, and you will have to jack the car up, but you don't have to remove the wheel.

I installed my neighbors and mine in a hour or two.
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lol, they aren't hard to install. You need big giant channel locks, and you will have to jack the car up, but you don't have to remove the wheel.



I installed my neighbors and mine in a hour or two.


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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energy suspension for the fronts are dirt cheap. I got the idea from a member: akkording on this forum. I think it was like 30 bucks on amazon.

Timbrens are not cheap. There are no affordable rears. Even, the durobumps aren't cheap so thats why I got timbrens. Since there are no value oriented options for the rears. Hydraulic bumps is overkill, and I also run airbags so hydro bumps are a no go for me. FYI, airbags also act as bumps also....so I won't give up my airbags lol.

I would have gone with wheelers in the front, but i'm a cheap skate bastard if i can get away with something more value oriented.

IMHO, anything is better than stock. If you take a flashlight, and look at your front lower A-arm, you will see a impact mark at STOCK height...that was enough for me to upgrade. Basically, you will be happy with anything squishier and taller than stock, since they are designed to compress. The OEM front and rear's don't compress at all, thats why the toytec extensions w/ oem bumps suck so bad. It made the rear feel even worse. Only difference between all these aftermarket choices comes down to is price.
Hmm...Wheelers' set of front and rears is under 200. Now, I am as cheap as the next guy as well, so I would rather wait for some % off

For Energy Suspension front is this what we are talking about?
Energy Suspension Bump Stop 8.9104G

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For Energy Suspension front is this what we are talking about?
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yes, i got the red ones so mine are 8.9104R. I think R means red lol.
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Wheeler's SuperBumps up front and ICON hydraulic bump stops in the rear (in coil setup).

Pros:
Superbumps: decent price, works great at softening harsh impacts

ICON: works great at softening harsh impacts or when carrying heavy loads over bumps, adjustable height

Cons:
Superbumps: large enough to almost always be on contact at stock or mild lift. I'd prefer something shorter to allow the suspension to do it's job

ICON: $$$, location in the rear coil is not ideal.

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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 contacted DuroBumps and they have tooled a shorter version for the rear, for those of us doing 0”-2” 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 1” 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 1” lift.
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