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When any of yall did tb crank and put on new aftermarket shocks. Did you have to remove or modify the bump stop? I spoke with Procomp and went with the shocks they advised and I told them what I was doing but the shock is hitting the bump stop. I'm thinking of cutting it and modifying a little but wanted to ask if anyone else has experienced this issue. Thanks for your help.

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Mine rubbed slightly. I just went with it.
 

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I looked at my truck, but I can't see where a shock is near the bump stop, never mind hitting it. What am I missing?
 

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I went outside, looked at my truck.
Found a bump stop. Compared it against the shock location.
Wondered how your shock hits said bump stop since mine are not even close to one another.

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Yes thank you. My front shocks are touching the bump stops. I'm just concerned about little about wearing through or rupturing the shock.

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Take a grinder to the bump stop and make some clearance.
 
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