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I broke off the back factory bump stop. Does any one know of ? or has any one used a bump stop that they like? I have a 4" super lift, 35" pro comp tires. I don't need NASA quality ( price ). Just a decent replacement. I don't want to go back to factory part. Any help, photos, web pages, something you have seen or heard of. Thanks to all
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Ha, funny...i also have the 4" Superlift and lost my rear passenger side upper bumpstop. I keep procrastinating and putting it off, but i'm going to be ordering the teraflex rear upper bumpstops. They're cheap and effective and one of the few companies that you can easily find rear upper specific bumpstops. I'm sure there are others out there...so lets see what otheres suggest.

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The Daystar ones have been working great for me. They are not a bolt on but you have many mounting options.





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Have you checked out Rock Krawler's aluminum stackable bump stops:
https://jkowners.com/forum/showthread.php?t=46756
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Ha, funny...i also have the 4" Superlift and lost my rear passenger side upper bumpstop. I keep procrastinating and putting it off, but i'm going to be ordering the teraflex rear upper bumpstops. They're cheap and effective and one of the few companies that you can easily find rear upper specific bumpstops. I'm sure there are others out there...so lets see what otheres suggest.
that is funny.
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The Daystar ones have been working great for me. They are not a bolt on but you have many mounting options.





polyperformance is a cool idea, they are steel, that doesn't sound comfortable.
the daystars are killer! i was looking for some thing quick, but i'm sure they kick ass!

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