What I would say is that theirs a reason the frame bump stops are of a harder rubber. and why the coil bump stop is softer progressive style!!
Yes I have the ABSTORSEQ model.So you must have the Active Bumpstop model ABSTORSEQ if yours compress easily and yours came with the steel cup. Have you gotten to try them out much? Is the softer rubber and compression hood for your setup?View attachment 3086289
I have pretty much the same spacing setup but I’m on their harder rubber TORSEQ model. I have a very heavy 80 so it’s working great for me.View attachment 3086290
@Broski is correct. After testing and looking closer at this it's not going to work as designed given the multiple bump stops and points of contact.What I would say is that theirs a reason the frame bump stops are of a harder rubber. and why the coil bump stop is softer progressive style!!
IMHO the softer coil bump stop is designed and set up the make first contact softening the blow, the harder solid rubber frame bump stop is there to make sure that the softer coil bump stop does not get overwhelmed and to take the super hard hit some have asked about.
Again IMHO @bwesty set up post 56 is all wrong. The Coil bump stops are now there just for looks and theirs no hard rubber frame bump stop to take the hard hits the way Mr T designed them !!
Also with bwesty set up during slow speed technical crawling articulation and up travel could be limited as the inertia force may not be enough to compress the timbren's.
When set up correctly the hard rubber frame bump stops keep the tires for making contact with the wheel wells while still allowing full articulation and the coil softer progressive style bump stop soften the blow on the hard hits.
In short Mr T spent a lot of time and money figuring all of this out. and short of going full custom ( air bump, coilover shocks and custom links ) it best to go with what MrT engineers designed.
So if you are running bigger tires and a lift ( most of us are ) the best way to set it up is to remove the coils, leave the shock on then fully articulate the axle tell the tires start to make contact then back it down a 1/2" then space you hard rubber frame stop down to this point. Then space down the coil bump stop the same amount
If you heart is set on running the timbern's mount them in the coils where the progressive bump stop were designed to go
Wow, just read this... So you have the SES #TORSEQ uses #A550-65 spring, 11,500# bump capacity AEON spring.I have pretty much the same spacing setup but I’m on their harder rubber TORSEQ model. I have a very heavy 80 so it’s working great for me.