Well Marko, try the follwoing:
1. I'm assuming you're a GearHead.
2. I'm assuming you've got a few tools (or can get them).
3. A bump stop is nothing more than a cushion for the axle to hit:
a. When the springs compresss;
b. Or artictualtion is maxed out on the opposite side.
4. Given this information why not just make your own Bumpstop?
5. Take a used tire and cut a strip to bend into a circle.
6. Affix the strip to a piece of metal:
a. Pre-bent to bend tangs over the strip to enclose the strip and draw it to the metal.
b. A bolt welded onto the strip.
7. Us a piece of boat roller cushion slipped over the bolt to fruther define the height of the cushion.
8. Use a nut to hold the cushion.
9. Cut the bolt at the proper length.
Your done...wasted a couple of hous and had fun... and hey, it'll look
s great! [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]