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Old August 5th, 2010, 09:17 AM   #21
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yep those are the ones i ment. the gm ones are the best bang for the buck.the good thing about the double cardin timbrens is it's real soft in the bottom, then gets real stiff on top. can't remember exact specs on weight rating.something like 2400 bottom to 8400 top.
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Old August 5th, 2010, 09:20 AM   #22
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Skooter - Can you provide an application (year/model) or part number for the GM bumps?



Cool thanks. We're putting timbrens on our trec jeep since we can't use air bumps in our class. Hearing that you haven't destroyed yours yet in 3 years makes me think they should be fine for the racer.
call and talk to them john and they might give you a set.they hooked me up.i can't remember the name of the guy i talked to.tell them what your running and that you will run there name on your rig.
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Old August 5th, 2010, 10:45 AM   #23
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Unless those jounce shocks have an 8 digit numerical part number, GM doesn't make them. They look like the edelbrock ones or whatever the cheaper version was being talked about on pirate a year or two ago.

How come nobody has caught onto the 99+ half ton pickup rear bump stops? They really are the best for the money. ~$15/ea.
Well seeing that this is a specialized application I'd believe that these bumps are outsourced from another company. As you can see their part number is AJB54845. The only info I've found is what I posted.
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Well seeing that this is a specialized application I'd believe that these bumps are outsourced from another company. As you can see their part number is AJB54845. The only info I've found is what I posted.
AJB54845- right side.

AJB76324- left side.


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Old August 5th, 2010, 12:17 PM   #25
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They look weird.... The shaft and bumper looks like a swayaway but the top of the body look like bilstein

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Those are the ones I was thinking of but they dont look the same.

These are what they look a little closer to.
http://www.polyperformance.com/shop/...p-p-19270.html

They used to make those trucks off Doris Rd just north of featherstone in auburn hills.
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call and talk to them john and they might give you a set.they hooked me up.i can't remember the name of the guy i talked to.tell them what your running and that you will run there name on your rig.
I picked up 4 of them for the racer already. I also bought a set off Chevota this winter for the back of my TJ, and they are nice, but I haven't been running them long enough to see how durable they will be.
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Old August 6th, 2010, 11:44 AM   #28
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I picked up 4 of them for the racer already. I also bought a set off Chevota this winter for the back of my TJ, and they are nice, but I haven't been running them long enough to see how durable they will be.
mine seem to be the same as the day i put them on..great product.
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