Bump Stops

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KennedyHill

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c10
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Does anyone have suggestions on how to install the bump stops on lower control arms? I don’t want to say I’ve tried everything, but I’ve tried all I know to do. Thanks!
 

ali_c20

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Lube with soapy water or silicone spray and get it started with a flat blade screw driver on one end and and then it should slide in. If not work the sides in with the screw driver. Be careful not to poke thru the rubber with the screwdriver. Warming up the lower part of the bump stop helps a little. Little patience and force should do the job.
 

Cemack

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I trimmed the new ones I got from LMC. Just enough to get them in there. They aren't coming out on their own even after trimming. Lots of lube as well
 

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