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Daystar Stinger Bump Stops, or Cheap Bump Alt (vs Timbren?)

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by Relik, Feb 9, 2012.

  1. Relik

    Relik [OP] Well-Known Member

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    KPT sees what you did there.

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    if you want bumps you can call kartek and get fox with bump cans for like 350
     
  4. Relik

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    Thx, yeah bit cheaper...well in this case I'd get all four for $175, $15 cheaper if I went with wheelers instead of just rear Timbrens..and half price compared to cans...

    Is that for 2? or 4? :D (I'm sure its 2 hehe)


    I dunno if its worth waiting to get rear cans or just get superbumps all around. I'm a weekend warrior on the rare trailing side, but I push it when I get out there tho....
     
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    i am running the daystar bumps with fox cans on my crawler and love them, i fell for the price u cant beet them
     
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    livel0veryde caffeine nicotine gasoline

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    hmh. good to know.
     
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    If you get the Wheelers rear without the steel towers the price drops significantly - call Dan for exact pricing.


    With 31's the Wheelers are perfect for my set up and I have about 3/4" gap between tire/fender when compressed (static).



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  10. Pugga

    Pugga Pasti-Dip Free Since 1983

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    It seems like the Timbrens have a different function that the hydraulic bump stop or just a regular rubber bump stop. The timbrens are almost like a secondary overload spring rather than just a solid rubber bump.
     
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    Wheelers aren't a solid rubber...it's a hybrid of sorts.
     
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    look at the guys sig though, you dont do that haha. if you plan on doing what you do in that sig you really need good bumps
     
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    Pugga Pasti-Dip Free Since 1983

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    the scary part is, I think he did that when he was stock! :eek:
     
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    Boooooo! :bananadead:.....:rofl:but its true...

    I'm looking at fox 2.0 x 4" bump stops now, $171 each at DSM
     
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    lol

    for the front you want 2 inch and the rear you want 4in just so you know.

    i got bumps at kartek, cans, limit straps, clevis's, resi mounts ETC for under 500 bucks


    call them and say you are building a race truck and they should give you racer discount.
     
  16. Relik

    Relik [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Dang, front and back you got for that deal? What brand bumps?
     
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    not front and back... just 2 sorry lol. and fox bumpe
     
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