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Old 04-16-2018, 07:40 AM
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bump stop part number

Having a hard time finding the ford partnumber for the frame bump stops front and rear. I would like to use the energy suspension but they appear to have a center stud that bolts to frame instead of the original design where they appear to be screwed into a cup.
I have a lift kit with a block between cup and frame that has a center bolt.
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Old 04-16-2018, 08:00 AM
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Old 04-16-2018, 08:19 AM
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Thanks Mark!
I'll check these out.
 
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Old 04-16-2018, 08:23 AM
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I can't find the ones I installed in the rear yet - still looking.

I will say that I inspected them recently (inspected while changing differential fluids) and the aftermarket ones are holding up VERY well.

I just received all the parts for the cab bump stops. Not particularly looking forward to that job.
 
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Old 04-16-2018, 08:29 AM
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IIRC the factory ones in the rear have the studs molded into them with a nut on top of the frame to hold them there.. but its been awhile since last played with them... if it was a J-nut then it just screwed in all the way.. if its got a regular nut then it had an alignment pin. the front ones were just a simple 2 screw through the bumper to hold it in place. most of them used a J-nut on each side but there were a couple that used a self threading bolt. never understood why they changed from one to the other there
 
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Old 04-16-2018, 08:51 AM
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I just received all the parts for the cab bump stops. Not particularly looking forward to that job.
Did that job about a year ago. Used Energy Suspension. It's a FL truck so very little rust. Was able to reuse all of the old hardware and just replaced the bumpers. It wasn't that bad. I've done worse jobs. I tried to leave the back seat in and work under the carpet but because the bolts fight the entire way out, i ended up removing the back seat. And that back seat is frigging heavy. Takes 2 guys to lift it out of the cab. The only mounts that are a little tricky remove are the fronts right next to the radiator.
 
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Old 04-16-2018, 10:08 AM
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Ford Part number - Front Bump Stop 5C3Z-3020-DA

Replaced by DC3Z-3020-B

Bump Stop
 
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Old 04-16-2018, 10:18 AM
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Original Ford part number - Front Bump Stop 5C3Z-3020-DA .. Replaced by DC3Z-3020-B

Bump Stop
DC3Z-3020-B (replaced 5C3Z-3020-DA) .. Bump Stop / MSRP each: $8.68 / autonationfordwhitebearlake.com online price each: $5.73.

F250/350 Super Duty 2WD
 
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Thanks Bill! I cant believe they are that cheap.
So, one last question on this. Anyone know what the approximate travel should be between the axle and the bump stop, front and rear?
 
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Old 04-16-2018, 02:48 PM
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DC3Z-3020-B (replaced 5C3Z-3020-DA) .. Bump Stop / MSRP each: $8.68 / autonationfordwhitebearlake.com online price each: $5.73.

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Bill, that number states for 2WD, but IIRC that is also for 4WD?

I assume that the part is for the front bump stop only? Is that correct? I just don't remember them all being the same, but I quit trusting my memory quite awhile ago.
 
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Old 04-16-2018, 06:43 PM
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Bill, that number states for 2WD, but IIRC that is also for 4WD?

I assume that the part is for the front bump stop only? Is that correct? I just don't remember them all being the same, but I quit trusting my memory quite awhile ago.
On Auto Nation's (formerly Tousley Ford-White Bear Lake MN) website, when the part number is entered, description says: 2WD Twin-I-Beam, without 4WD Monobeam.

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Originally Posted by jlillie View Post
Thanks Bill! I cant believe they are that cheap.
So, one last question on this. Anyone know what the approximate travel should be between the axle and the bump stop, front and rear?
was going to check when i got home.. but nature decided to make it rain...
 
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I have just under a 1-3/4" gap on the rears. Essentially no gap on the front ones.
 
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ironcially ive found with the front ones youll bottom out the shocks before you will the spring travel... least on my 4x4 that seems to be the case...
 
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I have just under a 1-3/4" gap on the rears. Essentially no gap on the front ones.
Not even 2" of travel? how can that be?? You'd bottom out just hitting a speed bump to hard.
 
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