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  1. GW Nugget

    Rear Bump Stop Types

    Wow, just read this... So you have the SES #TORSEQ uses #A550-65 spring, 11,500# bump capacity AEON spring. 11.5K cap sounds a bit firm... o_O
  2. GW Nugget

    Rear Bump Stop Types

    Both @Box Rocket and @Broski are both correct from their prospective view point & style of use of their 80 series. Adam/Box Rocket runs fast pace desert style of use, I could see the need for softer frame bumps because hitting washouts at angles would require one bump stop to take the full blunt...
  3. GW Nugget

    Rear Bump Stop Types

    LCP @ LandcruiserPhil makes those & they are very nice addition to the rear swaybar.
  4. GW Nugget

    Rear Bump Stop Types

    I asked this question earlier... maybe you all missed it. Calling on @Shoredreamer @woody @Box Rocket @Kabanstva or whoever.
  5. GW Nugget

    Rear Bump Stop Types

    Found this if you want to DIY your own AEON bump/springs. ANATOMY OF AN AEON® RUBBER SPRING – PART 3 This is an official Timbren pdf. chart. adv-462e-aeon-springs.pdf - Timbren https://forum.ih8mud.com/threads/hydro-bump-stops.863482/post-11500466
  6. GW Nugget

    Rear Bump Stop Types

    Yep & to add, these are the bolt on non welding "KIT" options: FRONT: 80 series front AOR #ABSTOFLC1A uses a A00515-55P30 - 2,400 lbs. AEON spring. 80 series front SES #TOFLC1A uses a A00515-65P30 - 4,000 lbs. AEON spring. REAR: 100 series rear AOR #ABSTORSEQ uses a #A00515-55F60 - 2,400 lbs...
  7. GW Nugget

    Rear Bump Stop Types

    1.25" Great, thank you. This is all is going into the Compiled suspension thread ASAP. Sad thing is Timbren AOR bumps are going up to $297 Sidebar question, as I dig deeper on these Timbren AOR & SES rubber springs, I'm learning there are a bunch of sizes they have with different load...
  8. GW Nugget

    Rear Bump Stop Types

    These are 79 series. Fitment & functionality... The holes have to be notched out & bolt hang on half way, advise a large washer to sandwich them. They are softer then stock, but not much though. They do stop 1" more than stock. The shims are .25" each... so your looking at 1.5" taller than stock...
  9. GW Nugget

    Rear Bump Stop Types

    Can we all assume the 91-92 is different from 93-97. When I make statements about bump stops I am referring to the 1FZ-FE fzj80 series suspension. Pic below suggest the 3FE crowd is different to the 1FZ-FE crowd. I would guess the bump stops were taller in the rear... What is heavier a 3-FE or a...
  10. GW Nugget

    Rear Bump Stop Types

    For stock rear frame bump stops, I conservatively recommend to lower bumps 1.5" for 35s & 2.5" for 37s. Also knowing a stock frame bump will be approx. 2.5" tall when compressed. We also now know how tall the Timbren AOR bump stop is when compressed is 1.5" compressed. Now we do simple math...
  11. GW Nugget

    Rear Bump Stop Types

    NICE!:smokin::steer: I never thought about the 100 series kit. Since the set for an 80 series rear are for 40" tires this might be the non cutting welding way to go. Also a set of front 80 series might work also with them having an offset to be able to retain the bell portion. Here is a thread...
  12. GW Nugget

    Rear Bump Stop Types

    Not much at all. Just that it has 1" more rubber. The square tube is 2" These are the rear Timbrens for an 80. Way to tall, the bracket appears to be just under 4.5" tall & needs to be cut down for anything under a 40" tires. (I believe BoxRocket cut his down to 3")
  13. GW Nugget

    Rear Bump Stop Types

    Nice. I have a set of these for my 97. They are 1" taller then my stock rear frame bumps.
  14. GW Nugget

    Rear Bump Stop Types

    After looking at that video a few times... I would assume the coil cone bump is doing a lot of the work rather then the Kong especially if the axle is going strait up & down. what is free height & closed/crushed measurements of the Kong. What size tires are you running? ~~~~~~~~ I Emailed...
  15. GW Nugget

    Rear Bump Stop Types

    Is the Kong actually holding up to big hits? Its a dog chew toy... The Timbrens are now around $297 retail... just found a set for $225.
  16. GW Nugget

    Rear Bump Stop Types

    2.5" what I recommend for 37s unless you want to start trimming/cutting.
  17. GW Nugget

    Rear Bump Stop Types

    Hmm, intresting thread. To the OP, my 1st guess is what you mentioned. 91-92 had drum brakes & the 3-FE motor. Cant for sure confirm the exact the reason for taller factory bump stops. What was the original reason for the question. Did you get bigger tires...if so there are many options to choose.
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