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Old 05-18-2019, 05:01 PM
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Bump stop extensions?

I’m installing a 2 inch budget boost lift kit on my 2005 wrangler and I had no issues with the front but in the rear I’m unsure on whether or not I need bump stop extenders and if I do I don’t know which ones to get because I couldn’t find them when I was looking myself.

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Old 05-18-2019, 08:43 PM   #2
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Did you change shocks or tire size with the budget boost? If the answer to both those is no then you shouldn't need to add bump stop.

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Most BB's come with generic rear bump stop extensions. These are what you need. The Zone Offroad ones are only $12 at Extremeterrain.com. You can ask them which ones you need for your tire size.

https://www.extremeterrain.com/zone-...-yj-tj-jk.html
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I bought those and I got 2 inch extenders, I also don’t know where the bump stop cup is supposed to go
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I changed my tires a while ago to 31s
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I bought those and I got 2 inch extenders, I also donít know where the bump stop cup is supposed to go
The cup is up top in the middle of the spring, where the spacer goes. You pull bump stop out of the cup and there is a bolt that holds it into place. Here's a write-up on it.

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I mean where is it supposed to go when you have the spacer in?
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I mean where is it supposed to go when you have the spacer in?
The bump stop extension pucks fit right inside the BB spacers. The cup goes under it and holds it all in place.
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The extended that I got, the zone off-road ones, don’t fit in the spacer
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the zone ones in the link above are designed to be added to the lower spring perch.
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the zone ones in the link above are designed to be added to the lower spring perch.
With all the Zone lifts I've installed, I've never had the lower mounting ones. I guess things changed in the past year since I did my Rubi. Maybe I'll buy an RC lift next Jeep.
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With all the Zone lifts I've installed, I've never had the lower mounting ones. I guess things changed in the past year since I did my Rubi. Maybe I'll buy an RC lift next Jeep.
hahahaha, feel like punishing yourself?

i much prefer the lower mounting ones over extending the OEM bumpstop down. less of a chance of the bumpstop rubbing the inside of the coil
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