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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-10-2018, 08:41 PM Thread Starter
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Question Rear Bump Stop - Need advice

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I am changing my rear suspension and my rear bump stop were down (both side).. so I have to find others (I find a thread where it was suggering this part : Energy Suspension Parts 9.9135)

But looking at images of bump stop, I can not seem to figure out how they hold up. Does the one I have in hand hold with the round base and the bolt? In this case, the inside of my bump stop would be destroyed since nothing tells me that it holds with this bolt .. Because I notice that there is bump stop srewable or sale but it doesn't look like mine.

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I have a set of energy suspension bump stops laying around if you want to buy them for 50% of retail. Bought this summer for my OME install but didn't end up needing them. New in the box.
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I have the issue Loupcasse. Mine are just bouncing around inside the spring ha. I was thinking about trying to epoxy them back onto that large washer/metal disc. Interested in what others have done
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PDX_RAV, I exactly did this. I glued them with Epoxy on the washer (a collegue told me). Trying to do a good job, I removed as much rust as possible and paint them (the washers). I put back the first one (really not easy to screw them back in the coil spring) and then the second one but the bump stop unglued from the washer while trying to screw it... It may be because of my paint job. So I don't think the other will last very long if it get a hard shock/bump.

I'm hardly thinking about Jared's proposition. I don't want to go on forever with those old bump stops even if the rubber is in good shape...

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I was wondering where people brought there rear bump stops from
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