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Old 04-23-2010, 06:33 PM   #1
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Is this a problem and how can i fix it. Does the bolts that hold it in use nuts.
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Thats whats left of your factory bumpstop, it keeps your axle from flexing up too high, it would be in your best interest to replace them as not having them can cause damage to your Jeep. I've never dealt with replacing them, but would assume those bolts thread into the unibody.
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spray them with lots of PB Blaster first. I've seen people go to replace the bumpstops and just snap those bolts right off.
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Thank you very much and where can i get some bump stops for stock suspension but i want one for 2 inches since im getting a lift soon
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spray them with lots of PB Blaster first. I've seen people go to replace the bumpstops and just snap those bolts right off.
X2... almost 1/4 of the bolts I have gone to take off have snaped and they are a pain to get out if they are in a tight place.
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