Originally Posted by jgibbs
so just cut the rear bump stops in half? best way to do it is a recipricating saw right?
and for the fronts... couldnt hurt anything if I took off half an inch right?
The backs shouldnt be to much of an issue with just a flipkit on id trim them with a sawzall
As for the front definitely trim them since you are still running stock control arms. Once the coils settle fully you will notice the bumpstop will be firmly resting on the lower control so id trim them to as low as you can get them or just replace them with djm pancake bumpstops. If it was me Id completely take them off.
Or just buy djm arms.