My understanding is the stops should prevent body and/or shock damage. Is the gap from the bump stop pad to the new bump stop plus the bump stop travel length appropriate to prevent the shock from bottoming out?Had my suspension recently re-done. After 20 years and saggy springs i replaced with them terraflex 5.5 " springs. They had to fabricate new mounts for new bump stops in rear and front bump stops look like they will limit articulation.
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I believe the pads in front and rear are bolt-in and came be changed to fit your individual travel limits.
It looks like the front didn't get enough paint protection for the area that was ground and welded.