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I have a bump stop removal question

Discussion in 'Ford Trucks' started by DJMAUCTION, Jan 16, 2008.

  1. DJMAUCTION

    DJMAUCTION Member
    Messages: 79

    OK, this could be a dumb question ,but ill take the "duh's" over the oops it broke..

    what is the correct way to remove the front bump stops (to install timbrens) on a 07 f250.

    there is a mount plate that kinda turns, but stops, and do you just pull the rubber stop out and then theres a nut there, the bolt appears to go right through the frame, which im assuming in threaded.

    thanks all

    mike
     
  2. pwrstroke6john

    pwrstroke6john Senior Member
    Messages: 183

    To remove the bumpstops you pull the yellow rubber piece out and there is a bolt head to turn, I cant remember if it is threaded or if there is a nut on the otherside.its been a year since ive lifted my truck.
     
  3. pwrstroke6john

    pwrstroke6john Senior Member
    Messages: 183

    I checked and there is a nut on innerside of the frame that you got to put a wrench on.
     
  4. DJMAUCTION

    DJMAUCTION Member
    Messages: 79

    sweet i will play with that tommorow, the rears were nice and easy, and now when I load the dogg with salt, it dosnt squat and shoot salt into the ground, those timbrens really do make a difference.

    thanks again.
     
  5. DJMAUCTION

    DJMAUCTION Member
    Messages: 79

    hmmm, i poked back there and it felt like just a bolt with a pointed tip coming into the frame.

    when you mention pull the yellow stop, just yanked it out by hand, and the plate should have the bolt head on it ?

    mike
     
  6. Dissociative

    Dissociative 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,066

    can you post a pic of the rear.... i have been loading 2500 in salt regularly...i also have a 3" block under my factory block so it has to hit rear OE location...my oem block is still there..