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IFS bump stop hight

I was under my truck this morning and i noticed that my front bump stops are only about an inch away from the lower arm. Is that normal or should the T-bars be cranked a couple times?
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Thats normal.
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Alright this might be a dumb question that i know the answer 2. If we drim the bump stop won't that allow more travel or flex?
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No, the bump stops compress nearly flat already, no matter the length. All you'll lose is the ride quality, and gain nothing.
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No, the bump stops compress nearly flat already, no matter the length. All you'll lose is the ride quality, and gain nothing.

Cool thanks man wanna give me u're long travel kit
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