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I do have the rear bump stop cups in per the belltech kit instructions.
I did cut the front ones out and installed the bolt in bump stops up front per the instructions.

To install the belltech bump stops in the rear, they push in the stock cups so that is the only way.
if I took them out of the rear, I would have major metal to metal contact on bumps.



Rescue, thanks for jumping in as I was so fed up with summit and belltech for the lack of support, it was frustrating
I gave them one last chance and they are stepping up so thanks for pushing me. (Im not going to use the PUN)

also do you run the rear bump stops in the stock cups?
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I am running with my rear stock bump stop cups.
Here is a brief summarization of what we dealt with when it came to Belltech and Summit.

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I must say the install was really simple. Follow the directions. My partner kept wanting to take shortcuts and it just took us longer. Install was roughly 3 hours and an alignment is a must as soon as you can.
As for tools, the only thing that was a real pain in the but was the back side of the rear/driver side upper shock mount--solved this with a couple different combinations of an extension, deep well 22mm(or 24mm), and an angled socket. Spring compressor would be nice, but not necessary.
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