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Bumpstop adjustment?

Discussion in 'Shop - Miscellaneous' started by SDranger, Nov 18, 2002.

  1. SDranger

    SDranger Well-Known Member

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    San Diego, Ca
    Ok, my buddy has a pretty nice s10 thats hes been working on for a while w/ airbumps in the back. The thing is that he only uses about 1/2 of the shaft under the hardest conditions that the truck will handle. He was wondering if he should let pressure out of them or something, or just leave them how they are in case he hits something really crazy. Im not really sure how airbumps work inside, can they be vaved or anything?

    97 Ranger 4x4
    02 CR125
     
  2. hbprnstr

    hbprnstr Well-Known Member

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    Jul 16, 2002
    i know you can put different amounts of nitrogen in them to make them softer or harder but not sure if you can re-valve them. i am considering puting airbumps on the rear of my tacoma also but am not sure what length im going to run them at.
     
  3. Bomber52

    Bomber52 Well-Known Member

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    Jul 20, 2001
    Location:
    Fountain Valley, California
    You can adjust the amount of oil which determines when the bump stop will hydraulic lock.
    Most guys who sell air bumps should be able to help you.
     
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