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New Bump-stop plate (what is it called?)

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#1 NickNakorn


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Posted 15 February 2013 - 03:28 PM

http://www.nagara.co...king a Bump.htm


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#2 Dinky26



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Posted 15 February 2013 - 04:54 PM

Nice job Nick :)

Looks like it will do the job just fine :rolleyes:


I bet some people will benifit from your rebuild here, keep up the good work :)

#3 NickNakorn


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Posted 15 February 2013 - 05:38 PM

Cheers mate!

#4 l75eya


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Posted 16 February 2013 - 02:31 AM

Just so you know, London, (I think that might be my nick-name for you, Nick, if you don't mind =P) the text at the bottom of the page is still black and a bit hard to read. Little FYI.

Also, I really am admiring all of the work you've done to that little wagon. Your pictoral step-by-step guides to everything you're doing is going to be a bible to somebody eventually I'm sure. I think some of your repairs should be linked to and stickied in the USRM.

#5 NickNakorn


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Posted 16 February 2013 - 08:41 AM

Hey Hoboken - many, many thanks for your encouragement. I'll change the colour of the type (I'm using old-school MS Word to make my webpages and it doesn't always do the wysiwyg thing). Of course I kid myself that the pages will be useful so it's very gratifying to know that someone else thinks so too.

#6 Gloyale


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Posted 16 February 2013 - 11:29 AM

Nice job.  I'd say that's some very slick looking fab work with your templates and all. 


I had to do something similar when I added XT turbo rear control arms to my wagon( 19mm swaybar!!!)  The XT arms had no bumpstops, so I had to add them to keep my tires from rubbing the wheel well lips on compression(215/65/15 tires)


I also had to extend those stop plates upward on my 6inch lifted rig.......otherwise, again the wheels stuffed up in, and traveled so far up that I was hyper extending axles under compression.


You are wise to replace the bumpstop, they really are useful.

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