Bump Stop Removal

Discussion in 'Lift Kit Discussion' started by bigBlue, Jan 8, 2010.

  1. John3seventeen

    John3seventeen Full Access Member

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    Or call Buggin, he pulled them out and put them in with his hands.
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    I pulled mine out with my hands. :shrug: put them in too. Wasn't hard at all. In fact just had to do it again a couple days ago to notch them for the UCA grease zerks.
     
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    Any removal that doesn't require a cutting torch and a BFH ain't hardly worth mentioning.

    Bob


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    Mine disintegrated, so all I had to do was put the new ones in. Y'all gonna laugh, but KY jelly works good for that kinda stuff.

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    Kentucky jelly. Also known as KY. I use it a lot on cars. Helps rad hoses slide on easily too. And it just dries up and goes away. Water soluble.
     
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    That is a bit of a misnomer though, them Kaintucks just use spit.:happy175:

    Bob
     
  7. Jone Qorogalu

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    Hello. Where did you buy your bumper from. I am looking for the same part for my front bump stop.
     
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    I've got a pair on the way from eBay for just 30 bucks... And then I saw a single one on there today for just $11...
     
  9. tommudd

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    Oh dear, hopefully you got some good ones, some of the ebay crap is just that, cheap knockoffs
     
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    Thank you... I'll be sure and let you know later this week -- or when they disintegrate 3 months from now
     
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    They arrived today - and they're both Crown parts... lookin' good!

    Front Jounce Bumper for Jeep Liberty 2002-2007 Crown 52088684AB

    https://www.ebay.com/p/691450754
     
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    OH so just stock ones then, thought you were looking for extended ones
     
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