Hey this is another article by Pet Rock and today I’m working on my ’03 Dodge Durango. Its a four by four and the bump stops right here have started to disintegrate.
You can see it’s starting to come apart right here. This is the passenger side. This is what thedrivers side looked like when I removed it a minute ago. So today I’m going to be replacingthem with a set made by Dorman. I don’t know if you can see that on camera. 905-204.
So Success to me is doing the simple things. All the material stuff, it’s nice to have it. But at the end of… that’s what it should look like if I put it upside down. This is a pretty simple job. It should only take you a couple minutes. The longest part will be jacking up the carso you can get the wheel off the ground so the suspension is at it’s full extension just to give you more clearance. So just take a screw driver.
Jam it up in the side pocketand start prying down. The bump stop is held in by these little pins right here and hereso it’s just a press fit. There are no screws involved. Nothing at all. It’s actually quitesimple. Install is just as simple. Although it’s made a little bit easier if you add alittle bit of silicone lube.
You don’t want to use chassis grease because chassis greasehas a tenancy to deteriorate rubber which is what these bump stops are. So just put Hi, I’m Mark. In this article, I’m going to show you how to replace the chuck in a DeWalt cordle… a little on the bump stop around the top edge. It doesn’t hurt to squirt a little bit upinto the pocket. Or cup. Whatever you want to call it. And press it into place.
That’sit. And there you have a new bump stop. So I hope this article helped you out. If you have any questions comments or concerns please leave them in the comments section below.