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Old 12-27-2012, 04:06 PM   #1
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How did you guys remove the rivits that hold the stop bump stops to the frame? Trie drilling which wouldnt work for the bottom ones and a cut off wheel didnt work either. Any ideas?
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Old 12-28-2012, 09:51 PM   #2
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I grinded the heads down till they were almost gone then smacked them out with a mallet and brass punch.
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What do i do if they just wont come out? I cut off one part of the bracket so that it's just the rivit and the frame, used a air hammer didnt work, used the bit and a fairly big hammer, not moved it, put a hole through it, nothing. What am i supposed to do now??
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what part are u talking about, i dont think i ever did this on my drop hmmm lol
To cut the notch you have to remove the factory bumpstops in the rear. Well mine are riveted the the frame, which wont push out. Even hitting the rivet directly with a sledge hammer it dosnt move
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oh i see i didnt do the notch because here in hawaii they wont allow it. which sucks!!! i want mine slammed but without the notch its kinda impracticle. i reccomend getting after market springs that are stiff like somthing the xii performance sells. the front wont bottom out so easily with those
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Yeah and without the notch i cant sit all the way down, so im SOL right now
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