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Old 02-18-2010
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Another bump stop question

I just lowered my 08 with the djm 2/3 drop and the front is resting on the bump stops. I dont want to cut the bump stops. Does anyone know of a place I can buy aftermarket bump stops that fit my truck and are smaller?

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god that must be a ****ty ride if your hitting your bump stops all the time
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ya its resting on them all the time. I am thinking about cutting them down cause right now i am not even utilizing my coils.
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just take em out....
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hey, just wondering if you ever got this figured out, i just lowered my truck and am resting on the stops too, I've seen low-pro stops, but not sure what style to get. and dont exactly want to run with no stops, just seems like it could be bad..
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