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Old 03-25-2014, 06:19 PM   #1
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Bump stop spacer?

Here is a link to the thread of my issue if anyone can help me figure this out.
http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/sus...ottom-out.html

My question is do I need a spacer for my bump stop? Anyone else run a setup similar to mine? And the next question is will raising it by preloading the spring more and leveling the driver side to get rid of the taco lean maybe aleviate my issue? it only did it on the driver side, and nothing hit on the passenger side.
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I would clearance the fender before limiting the bump travel.

Cut off the tabs, grind it smooth, take a rubber mallet and pound it out as much as you can. The tire will do the rest.
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I would clearance the fender before limiting the bump travel.

Cut off the tabs, grind it smooth, take a rubber mallet and pound it out as much as you can. The tire will do the rest.
ok thanks I was planning on doing that anyways. I think I am just going to get a set of superbumps to swap out to and then sell these timbrens.
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