Reviewed By Forrest B (Wake Forest, NC) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford F-150 —5/28/2015 5:57 AM
These replace the OEM bump stop that turn to dust after about 10 years. Installation was easy using a long allen wrench and ratchet wrench.
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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.