Originally Posted by CJS98TJ
Ok so a two inch lower front bump stop ( the pad of the spring) to make 4 inches since I already have an
Aluminum stop on upper front.
My question above. Can I stack the rear bumps stops? Places I've researched. the rear bump stop seems like only one style.
Hard to make my own stops? Possible? Just trying to find different ways of doing things. Haha
Appreciate the help with this Unlimited! It's helping alot!
you're not listening. eliminate the front uppers and install only lower fronts. on the rear, yes you can stack as many as you want.
and yes, you can make your own. you'll need some 2" OD aluminum, HDPE or steel bar stock and an engine lathe with a chuck big enough to hold over 2" bar stock.
thats how I made these from aluminum:
or you can spend $10 like I suggested on Performance Accessories body lift spacers
, or $60+ on Rubicon Express bumpstops.
Some folks use hockey pucks on the front lowers, but the PA body lift spacers are still cheaper and easier....since hockey pucks can't be bolted down - they can only be held in place with epoxy, and as a result can fall out.