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Old 04-05-2013, 10:41 AM   #22
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^1-1.5 hrs from 2 guys who I talked to. They never did it before. The hardest part from what I understand is the removal of the OEM bolts. Once thats removed, its mount, bolt, and tighten.

Pretty simple from the instructions. Thats why this kit is very clean. The simplicity.
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Hey Icon rep--I got a hard question--the hose on my 2.0 rear reservoir shocks (for my 2011 Tacoma) appears to be too short to route around the mounting brackets for these bumpstops. ANY TIPS?????? Should I copy the routing in the picture in your OP?
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How much is the flip plate bracket? I have your kit already
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Hey Icon rep--I got a hard question--the hose on my 2.0 rear reservoir shocks (for my 2011 Tacoma) appears to be too short to route around the mounting brackets for these bumpstops. ANY TIPS?????? Should I copy the routing in the picture in your OP?
I believe I have a picture at the shop with the 2.0 mounted, but yes it should mount like the 2.5" shock in the OP. I will confirm back with you Monday morning, that is the best I can do at this point. If you can just make due till then should that be an issue for any reason.

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How much is the flip plate bracket? I have your kit already
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Old 06-20-2013, 03:32 PM   #27
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Can these be mounted to the front? Obviously the bracket would need to be changed...do you have a kit for that?
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Old 06-20-2013, 10:10 PM   #28
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Can these be mounted to the front? Obviously the bracket would need to be changed...do you have a kit for that?
We do not have a kit available right now but you could buy the fabricator kit and have it done. (Bumps / weld on bump cans)

Something to consider is we also have our S2 system and in my eyes is much better than a bump would ever be. Have you seen that?

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Old 06-21-2013, 09:45 AM   #29
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Hahaha yeah its only like a grand more
I'd love it, but I think for simplicity and lack of overkill I'm going to stick with bumps
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Hahaha yeah its only like a grand more
I'd love it, but I think for simplicity and lack of overkill I'm going to stick with bumps
Ya that works.....I was just thinking about how the bumpstop install will require cutting off the factory bumpstop and more than likely be permanently welded in. Everyone has a set up that will work best for them, look for a solution from us in the near future!!
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Who's got reviews? Also, please post suspension too! I'm running AP standards with flip kit and trying to see what kind of bump numbers this will produce? 3" bump would keep the compression close to stock right?
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I'll have reviews shortly
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Any updates from users on these bad boys?
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I like mine a ton! No harsh bottoms with these beasts!
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Any updates from users on these bad boys?
I absolutely love mine as well, best investment for the rear of my truck.
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I'm definitely leaning towards these when I re-do my rear setup. Do you guys think there is a problem going with Icon hydro bumps over King hydro bumps if I am going to be picking 12" king rear shocks? Maybe I'll just end up going with the King bumps to keep it uniform.
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I'm definitely leaning towards these when I re-do my rear setup. Do you guys think there is a problem going with Icon hydro bumps over King hydro bumps if I am going to be picking 12" king rear shocks? Maybe I'll just end up going with the King bumps to keep it uniform.
Nope, there would be no problem running these with a King shock, you could actually get an icon 12" smooth body shock and their bump kit, that would be an awesome set-up.
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^^^^ Good call on the 12" Icons...I know that the BAMF relocation is fitted for the Kings. I'm not sure if the Icons would fit in the bucket. I love my 2.0 RRears so far.
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I MAY need to extend the stroke of these, still unsure. Is there an alternative to buying longer ones? Absolutely love the 2.5's back there.


The front's nothing to frown at either couldn't get that kind of articulation with a coilover
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