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Old 04-27-2022, 09:15 PM #1
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DuroBumps bumpstops

Installed some DuroBumps bump stops. After talking to the owner about all the research and his knowledge of different compounds i was blown away. Not just a poor it in a mold product at all. Cool thing is that all of their materials and work is 100% Made in America!



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After checking them out and comparing them to the Tibren and Sumo there is no comparison.
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I test them out! Fly over some train tracks. I'm running the superbumps but they are probably made for the same material. They really helped on hard landing, so smooth now.
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the DuroBumps have progessive stages to them instead of just one solid block of rubber.
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Since they're obviously longer than stock you're naturally going to hit them more, right? What has been your experience with this?

After my lift I'm on planning on seeing 2" up front and 1" in the back. Would I be riding on them too frequently with less than a 3" lift? I've read some say they really add some comfort to their ride but I'm just not sure if I'd be limiting my travel any by not having an adequate lift.

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Since they're obviously longer than stock you're naturally going to hit them more, right? What has been your experience with this?

After my lift I'm on planning on seeing 2" up front and 1" in the back. Would I be riding on them too frequently with less than a 3" lift? I've read some say they really add some comfort to their ride but I'm just not sure if I'd be limiting my travel any by not having an adequate lift.

I have been very pleased with mine!
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