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    Default Where to get rear bump-stop, bumper, bellow.

    I'm trying to install my spring, shocks, and strut combo. My bellow? Or bumper? Or whatever it's called is crumbling. Been trying to locate some. But no luck. Can someone point me in the right direction. Thanks.20150409_173915_zpsnqef9qmb.jpg
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    Default Re: Help! need to know the name, and where to find it.

    https://www.rockauto.com/catalog/mor...nid=450&jpid=0
    https://www.rockauto.com/catalog/mor...nid=447&jpid=0

    You're probably going to want to replace the mount also
    https://www.rockauto.com/catalog
    has everything you need, and pretty good prices too.
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    Default Re: Help! need to know the name, and where to find it.

    Thanks, man. I ran all over to the local parts stores and they all called it something different. Of course no one had them or could even order them.

    I'm guessing the first two links are to the front and rear?

    My mounts look to be in good shape. Is there anything I should be looking for?

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    Default Re: Help! need to know the name, and where to find it.

    Tried that moog one and its for the front. The one I need is the rear. Anyone else? For some reason everyone has the front and nobody has the rear.

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    Default Re: Where to get rear bump-stop, bumper, bellow.

    I used the same ones and just drilled out the inner hole a bit, work perfectly fine and do a decent job
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    Default Re: Where to get rear bump-stop, bumper, bellow.

    I don't like how they don't sit snug in the mount. I figure that the rim of the mount that it sits in lends support. I would hate to pull it all out again to replace a split bump stop. I'm leaning towards Going to the dealer. But they want $106 a piece. I think I'm gonna go with a dealer online. I've seen them for around $50.

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    Default Re: Where to get rear bump-stop, bumper, bellow.

    the online ones are the same as the "Moog" brand ones you can buy at O'reillys, i was really pissed after all the work i did trying to find actual replacement parts turned out to be just generic pieces. but they work pretty well and are cheaper than the factory part. the dealership was the only place i could find the actual piece, also try looking up the price for the 89+ bump stops instead, they should be cheaper but the same part.

    also try getting new spring isolators from energy suspension to replace the nasty old ones in the front

    a couple of pics of my setup




    they dont look half bad when you get them installed
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