Reviewed By Rob D (Nesbit, MS) Reviewed for a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee —10/27/2016 5:21 AM
These bump stops fit into the OEM cups and locked securely in place. my ZJ has a 3.5 inch lift so these were the right length.
Reviewed By Lowell J (Glen Burnie, MD) Reviewed for a 2016 Ford Escape —5/28/2016 11:58 AM
2005 Ford E450 6.0 Diesel; 15 passenger shuttle van that has a wheel chair lift. I also installed the front springs. Since I'm not carrying anywhere near the payload of 15 passengers, the van/bus rides hard. It now rides an easy 60-75% better; road sway and even straight road travel due to irregular pavement resulted in less hard thumps. I also updated the OE shocks to Blistein HD.
Reviewed By Aaron B (ORANGE, TX) Reviewed for a 2012 Chevy Silverado —3/27/2014 11:25 AM
Before I lifted my truck, I was always worried that I'd over extend the bags when flexing the suspension even if it was turning into a steep driveway or parking lot...thes eliminated that completely!
If you’ve lowered your ride, you’ve made your suspension system vulnerable to speed bumps, high driveway curbs and whatever else you may bottom out on. But, when you install bump stops, you give your suspension the protection it needs while also improving your ride quality.
Create the smoothest ride possible by chucking those stock suspension components and upgrading with performance-grade shocks. It’s easy and affordable. Here’s how.
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