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#1 (permalink) Old 12-16-2008, 07:00 PM
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UCA bump stop

I have seen the write up using the little red disk generic bump stops on the under side of the UCA to act as a negative travel bump stop.

A few months ago there was a spacer lift that supplied a snazzy looking stepped bump stop. It had two bumps that the coil bucket fit between. I forgot who made that lift.

But I contacted the lift company and asked if they could sell me jsut the bumper. They said no, that I should contact the supplier directly, and get it from them. Expect that they did not tell me who their supplier is, and wouldn't return my e-mails when I asked about it.

Anyone know what I am taling about and where I might find these bumps.

I was swapping out my winter tires and was noticing how jacked my coil bucket and UCA contat area is becoming.

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2005-2008 Nissan Frontier & Xterra ReadyLift SST Hybrid Lift Kit Suspension System

that's a custom bumpstop that's not sold separately, only comes in the kit. i asked if they had any extras lying around but they didnt. they use energy suspension bumpstops on their other lift kits, but just not the frontier one since the bolt shaft is not long enough on the similar ES stop.

the company is right here in orange county where i work so if they had some i would have gone there and picked them up for you.



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Contact Greg at PRG. I'm sure he can get them for you. They came with my PRG mini lift but in black. Shown in the photo below.


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UCA bump stop

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PRG Titan Uppers - Titan 2.5 Radflos - Rear 5125 Bilsteins - PRG/Deaver Mini-Pack - PRG Adjustable Shackles - PRG/SAW Extended Axles
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I would highlly recomend this bump stop!!
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That link just goes to their main page. If your referring to air bumps, its overkill for the vast majority of us.

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PRG Titan Uppers - Titan 2.5 Radflos - Rear 5125 Bilsteins - PRG/Deaver Mini-Pack - PRG Adjustable Shackles - PRG/SAW Extended Axles
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Oops my bad and yeah i meant to post the link to the Fox bump stops.
Overkill really?
I love them and my front end is still in one piece working good thanks to them.

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Yes, for the majority of us. They are overkill.

Judging by your avatar...for you, not so much.

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PRG Titan Uppers - Titan 2.5 Radflos - Rear 5125 Bilsteins - PRG/Deaver Mini-Pack - PRG Adjustable Shackles - PRG/SAW Extended Axles
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most these guys are just looking to stop coil bucket contact, if you want air bumps look at the light racing ones.. it's what i'm running.
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+1, very high on my mod list.

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Suspension: Radflo 2" front, Bils5125 rear with Calmini 1.5" Shackles, Deaver AAL, 285/75 GY Duratrac
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