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4x4 w/ Bumpstops

Discussion in 'Long Travel Suspension' started by 89ztrain, May 8, 2014.

  1. May 8, 2014 at 3:55 PM
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    89ztrain

    89ztrain [OP] Well-Known Member

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    I recently purchased a Camburg 3.5" LT kit with coilovers, bypass shocks and bumpstops. I got an email from Camburg saying with the truck being a 4x4 that I could not run the bypass shock and the bumpstops. Anyone have a good way to run bumpstops/bypasses with a 4x4? I've seen a few guys running bumps on the upper control arms...any suggestions? The truck is a 2011, 2nd Gen. Im new to LT and I appreciate any insight/advice.
     
  2. May 8, 2014 at 7:31 PM
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    Mxpatriot

    Mxpatriot Busted Knuckles Fabrication

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    Money pit.
    Bumping off the UCA's requires an engine cage and some strong spindles.

    My advice is to put the kit on with just coil overs before jumping in full blown to bypasses and bumps. You will more than likely find that you can accomplish what you want with that set up. Do bypasses next if you want more out of the truck.

    You'll need a roll cage and a 4 link in the rear before you will need C/O's, bypasses, and bumps.
     
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