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He can light his money on fire. And I can still ask why.Because they look cool.
Because he wants to.
Because it's his money.
I don't have any scientifically backed answers.....
well, not really going to jump, but sometimes i do drive fast when offroad..
thank you all for replying. Probably will be fine just driving in city i guess. Will do a 3inch lift as soon as i can.
Thank you all.
Probably delta 3inch kit. Not sure, still thinking.Once you do that lift you will be good to go. Got a lift planned out yet?
i am running the dobinson VT coils with BP 51's and I have really enjoyed them! I am just a tad over 3" of lift.Probably delta 3inch kit. Not sure, still thinking.
I'm not sure if your serious or not.
I think you misunderstood my comment.I'm not sure if your serious or not.
When he's in contact with them at ride height, he's not using them as bumpstops, he's using them as suspension. Think of bumpstops as a secondary/safety system and not a primary suspension system. Thats what shocks/coils/leafs/coilovers etc are for. They also affect spring rate greatly. You almost shouldn't be utilizing bumpstops till your at the limits of the systems performance, the rest of the suspension should be doing the work first.
Hydros and kongs are great for whoops with fast driving.
I think you misunderstood my comment.
Hydraulic bumpstops are the best way to handle suspension bottoming.... (jumping, go fast driving)... it's why they are all over desert racing. We are in agreement there.
Most folks who are running hydro bump stops already dropped their factory bumpstops 2" to run longer shocks... so overall travel isn't impacted.
In this case, with no lift, factory length shocks... it makes no sense to run those hydro bumps as @Delta VS and @Outsane has pointed out.
Cool! I will looking into the kit too. Thank you a lot.Probably delta 3inch kit. Not sure, still thinking.