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Hi guys, while I'm getting my SAWs rebuilt this week I decided to install new Dirt King UCAs and LCAs. Got the uppers done today, will be starting on the lowers tomorrow. Had a quick question...
With this setup, I still need the bump stops correct?
 

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you gonna mount the bump stop on the truck? The DK lowers don't have a spot to bolt on a poly bump stop. Probably would wanna just save for hydro bumps. The DK arms have a strike plate for them. I will probably get limit straps before I do bump stops to be honest. My fox shocks limit out way before my uppers and DK lowers do.


Congrats on the DK lowers. They are sweet and look AMAZING. I love mine
 

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There are currently bump stops mounted to a "bracket" just above the LCA. I'd shoot ya a picture but I'm currently on jury duty. I have a pro-comp bracket lift, upgraded to saw(bought them used, why I'm having them rebuilt), just purchased the Dirt King uppers/lowers. Instructions don't say anything about the bump stop so was just checking before I get home and start working again.
 

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There are currently bump stops mounted to a "bracket" just above the LCA. I'd shoot ya a picture but I'm currently on jury duty. I have a pro-comp bracket lift, upgraded to saw(bought them used, why I'm having them rebuilt), just purchased the Dirt King uppers/lowers. Instructions don't say anything about the bump stop so was just checking before I get home and start working again.
oh, then yeah go ahead and leave it. although it may be limiting your "bump" (up) travel. I'm not sure, but I do know those SAWS gets lots of travel.
 
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