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07-20-2011 11:41 AM
Danacus I just got my answer. The pucks do go on the front but with the stock bump stops. The extended bump stops go in the rear.
07-20-2011 11:24 AM
Danacus
For those with DPG-Off Road Ultimate TJ kit

I installed this kit a couple weeks ago. Concerning the front extended bumps stops, I installed (1) of the pucks on the bottom, and the longer extended bumpstop at the top. When I put the jeep back on the floor, I noticed that I only had about 1" of wheel travel before the stop makes contact. Was I supposed to trim the extended bump stop shorter? Should I just remove the puck at the bottom? I run tires that are 33.2 tall (MT Baja MTZs).

THanks!

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