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Old 06-29-2012, 02:28 PM   #1
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Default Rubber bumper between axle and chassis

Where can I get a replacement rubber bumper that goes between the chassis and axle tubes?

I think I read a while back that they don't make them anymore, anybody have a part number of anything that will work?
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search the forum for "bump stop". You'll find more than enough help.
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Thanks for the help Vexzer!

For a search reference I found:
GM part number 10164173
And that is the upgrade for you stock rubber piece
It's about $45-55 each

Energy Suspension part number 9.9137G
Polyurethane, some modifications required
It's about $25-35 for a pair
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I bought the poly versions that are listed for a Jeep. They were $20 or less on ebay. You do have to trim the small mounting lip on the car though.
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I bought the poly versions that are listed for a Jeep. They were $20 or less on ebay. You do have to trim the small mounting lip on the car though.
I ended up getting the poly one also, and they were $25 at Auto Zone and had to be special ordered
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They also go by "jounce bumper" at places like RockAuto.
The cheaper and more common type (if you get a choice)
is what you want.
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