So I've been trying to make a decision on what to do for my rear bumpstops.
I've done lots of research, spoken with people who have different products and can't come to a conclusion.
My truck, more of a expedition/trail rig, with the odd blast down dirty paths and such. So what I've come down too is the following...
Timbren's - Good for extra load capacity and supposedly smoother ride. I know quite a few people are running these. Read some where that at the rebound from them is bad?! (Can'f remember where)
LR Jounce stops - Hydraulic bump that requires no custom fitting, bolt-on design, but not sure how they handle weight, been told that the ride improvement is amazing though.
Wheeler's Superbumps - Similar to the Timbren's, Cheapest of the 3, not sure how I like the mounting tree on them, still looking for more reviews on them.
ANY input anyone has on the 3 listed above is appreciated, I know that the prices between them all differs quite a bit (not considering that) I would like reviews input anything at All thanks!