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Old 09-11-2010, 07:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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daystar shock bumps?

Will these bumps fit over the larger shock eye of a coilover? Red or black for a 3800 lb 4 cyl powered rig?

http://www.polyperformance.com/shop/...p-p-17664.html
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I used these on my jeep. Don't bother with them. Slid right over the top of the shock.
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I used these on my jeep. Don't bother with them. Slid right over the top of the shock.
X2...I wouldn't recommend them either. Just get some stand alone bumps, I'm gonna go with Poly's urethane bumps that use bump can's as soon as I can afford it.

Doesn't the end of the C/O screw off so you can add a bumpstop?(Not the Daystar's but from one of the C/O mfg's)
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Yes and those were what I was looking for on the poly website when I found the daystars. The lower spring retainer will keep the daystar bump from sliding over the end. These interested me, assuming that i wouldn't have to thread the eye off
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The Daystars are really cheesy, I was pretty disappointed when I got them.

On King's website they have a couple different styles. A rubber 1" bump and a taller foam bump.
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The Daystars are really cheesy, I was pretty disappointed when I got them.

On King's website they have a couple different styles. A rubber 1" bump and a taller foam bump.
I agree with the cheese factor I am using Toyota Camry rear end strut bumps. You have to take the shock eye off but they work really well. Pretty reasonably priced as well.

FYI heat the shock eye to 150 degrees and it comes right off with a wrench. Use some aluminum soft jaws in your vise to hold the shaft. Then reasssemble the eye with some blue Loctite. Takes about 10 minutes to install them.
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We have had very good luck with these on a few different vehicles now. http://www.polyperformance.com/shop/...op-p-1354.html
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