Belltech Bump Stop Kit
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- Safeguard your slammed car, truck or SUV from bottoming out with a Belltech Bump Stop Kit
- Available in a range of sizes to match your lowered ride’s new amount of suspension travel
- Made to last from polyurethane
- Integrated threaded studs for an easy bolt-on installation
- Your Belltech Bump Stop Kit comes with a 90-day warranty
Dropping your ride height does more than just electrify your handling, cornering and braking. It completely transforms how far your suspension can travel up and down. Protecting your low rider from bottoming out takes the added padding of a Belltech Bump Stop Kit.
Available in a range of sizes to match how far you've slammed your car, truck or SUV, a Belltech Bump Stop Kit delivers the perfect amount of cushion when your lowered suspension starts pushing. Whether you've shaved an inch off your ride height or a couple, Belltech has just what you need to replace your bulky OE bump stops.
Best of all, Belltech builds your Bump Stop Kit from high-quality polyurethane for maximum durability and resilience to oil, road spray and other crud. Plus, they come complete with built-in threaded studs for a simple install. They're even backed by a 90-day warranty.
Belltech Bump Stop Kit Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Forrest B (Wake Forest, NC) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford F-150 — May 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.
Reviewed by Jess T (AGOURA HILLS, CA) Reviewed for a 2003 Chevy Astro — May 19, 2015 9:48 PM
Urethane material seems to be an acceptable replacement for original so far. The height is 1-inch shorter than original and there is no locating tang on the mounting base. The supplied mounting screw is 5/16 and is a sloppy fit in the 3/8 base hole. The screw has a Torx head, which makes tightening difficult. I replaced with 3/8 grade 8 hardware which fit better in the axle mount. More experience will determine quality and durability. Closer specs to original would be preferable.