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the bodj

1st post pg805
Mar 4, 2010
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My bumps are mounted way off the frame to only engage at the very end of travel. They are tucked right into the curve of the beam.

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Smithsl160

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You might as well extend that passenger side pad out to the knuckle and possibly taper the inner side towards the center of the vehicles. Use it as a beam gusset. Would be easier on the eyes also.
Not a bad idea, I'll CAD that up next.
My bumps are mounted way off the frame to only engage at the very end of travel. They are tucked right into the curve of the beam.
Thank you for sharing, looks really stout.
 
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Smithsl160

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Help me out here, why is you D side bumping so far down? Are those full size beams on a ranger?
Stock D44 beams, on the kopycat brackets. So only 1.5" lift (or 1.5" drop bracket however you slice it) over stock so maybe the lack of lift is why it lacks uptravel? I'll grab a picture of it completely bottomed out.
 

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