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Old 12-06-2013, 09:40 PM   #501
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id like to know too.
I called up Wheelers and the spacers are sold individually. So you're definitely gonna need two unless you got a really mean taco lean going on
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Old 01-10-2014, 06:40 PM   #502
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I just got my superbumps in the mail today. Gonna install this weekend! Goodbye tire rub on fender
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I just got my superbumps in the mail today. Gonna install this weekend! Goodbye tire rub on fender
cut the allen key down... sooo much easier.

did you get the spacers too? i might need to order some spacers myself.
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Old 01-10-2014, 08:15 PM   #504
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Thanks Moose for the tip. Yes I ordered the 3/8 and 1/4 spacers just to play with the bump a little. I think I'm going to put the 3/8 spacers on first and see how they do. i keep breaking fender clips because of hard hits from my tires. Hopefully 3/8 will do the trick. Not sure if I can stack a 3/8 and 1/4 together...that would be a huge ass spacer. I'm trying to get as little tire rub on the fenders as possible. Right now I have to slow way way down when going over any kind of whoops.
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Thanks Moose for the tip. Yes I ordered the 3/8 and 1/4 spacers just to play with the bump a little. I think I'm going to put the 3/8 spacers on first and see how they do. i keep breaking fender clips because of hard hits from my tires. Hopefully 3/8 will do the trick. Not sure if I can stack a 3/8 and 1/4 together...that would be a huge ass spacer. I'm trying to get as little tire rub on the fenders as possible. Right now I have to slow way way down when going over any kind of whoops.
your running 33's i see. have you done any kind of trimming? its inevitable really.. I've had to do the Cab Mount chop, and trim and alot of my fenders front and rear.. I still rub occasionally at full stuff while turning.. so maybe a couple spacers will help a little.
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Old 01-10-2014, 08:30 PM   #506
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It's not that I'm rubbing in the front or back of the wheel well. I'm bumping my fender with the up travel of the suspension and 33s on the fender. Hopefully putting a spacer on the bump stop will slow down some of the fender whacking.
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what do you have your Icons set at height wise?
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Old 01-10-2014, 10:36 PM   #508
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I cranked em up from the factory setting a little. Out of the box they were like 2" lift. I set them about 2.75".
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Old 01-10-2014, 10:38 PM   #509
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With 2" of thread showing on the Icons you get about 3" of lift. I have a little less than 2" of thread on the c/o.
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thought I would post how I mounted my rear bumps with towers with a flip kit in case anyone was interested. I know I was looking prior to install. No welding or anything crazy required. So far so good




Just got a piece of steel and sandwiched them to the flip plate. Hope this helps someone out
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I am still waiting for mine.
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I've had to cut down that hex key a ton to get that thing to fit in between the LCA and the bump stop mount...Super annoying to cut and try and realize I had to cut some more. My dremel sucks too so I have to sit and wait in between charges. currently waiting on the dremel to finish charging so I can cut off the rest of the hex key.
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I got mine years ago and they took a few months. Tick tock
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I am still waiting for mine.
We're a little backed up on them after Christmas. I have more coming in, and should be able to get some out the door tomorrow. I'm sure you'll be hearing from us.
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I've had to cut down that hex key a ton to get that thing to fit in between the LCA and the bump stop mount...Super annoying to cut and try and realize I had to cut some more. My dremel sucks too so I have to sit and wait in between charges. currently waiting on the dremel to finish charging so I can cut off the rest of the hex key.
On 7/3/12 I posted a easy install tip so this task isn't anything new. You could of read it before hand and asked someone like me for theirs (I would of shipped it).

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/whe...ml#post5329051

You could of also easily used a hex socket and ratchet.
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We're a little backed up on them after Christmas. I have more coming in, and should be able to get some out the door tomorrow. I'm sure you'll be hearing from us.
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Thanks skip
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On 7/3/12 I posted a easy install tip so this task isn't anything new. You could of read it before hand and asked someone like me for theirs (I would of shipped it).

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/whe...ml#post5329051

You could of also easily used a hex socket and ratchet.
Sounds familiar.

I found my Allen socket was either too short, or the OD was too big to fit in the bump stop. Cutoff Allen wrench + 8mm ratcheting box end wrench did the trick for me.
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