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Thread: JL JOURNAL : Synergy Snap-Lock Bump Stop Spacer System for Jeep JL / JK Wrangler

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    That’s a great idea!

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    Good stuff, very useful. Thanks for sharing!

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    According to the Synergy site, they can be used front or rear.

    https://www.synergymfg.com/synergy-j...er-system.html
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    Those are really cool! Thanks for the video!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear_JKU View Post
    Thank you for showing these Eddie and Cindy. I’ve actually recently been looking at getting these I like that you can add or subtract as needed. Your video has me hooked now.
    LOL - glad we could be of help

    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Ok, now that's pretty slick! I'm gonna have to order these when I decide on my lift later this Summer.
    Awesome

    Quote Originally Posted by MericaMade View Post
    Those are pretty clever might have to get me a set. Can you put on rear as well?
    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    They make a lot of sense to get your Jeep dialed in. Is there a version for the rear stops too?
    So, these are supposed to be universal and you should be able to install them on the rear as well. On the rear, you're supposed to drill through the flat bump stop plate on the axle. The only problem is that if you drilled right through the center of the plate, you'd be drilling right into the axle tube. Of course, the rubber jounce doesn't really strike dead center so I suppose it would just take some figuring out where to put them. I'm not gonna lie, I wasn't really feeling it and really, addressing the rear isn't nearly as tough as the front being that the bump stops are outside of the coil. You can pretty much install these or anything without having to remove anything on your Jeep.

    Quote Originally Posted by longarmwj View Post
    Very cool. Somehow I didn’t know these existed. I might have to snatch me up a set
    LOL!! Glad we were able to show you something new

    Quote Originally Posted by RESURECTIONJK View Post
    So many people overlook bump stops and even more so, rarely take the time to fine tune everything so they are getting exactly what they need out of their suspension. Cool that synergy makes it easier to figure out and adjust.
    Honestly, I just think that most people don't know what to look for or know that things need to be dialed in. And then, they later complain about how their lift no longer sits as tall as it used to and wonder why.

    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    What a great idea.
    I think so

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    Quote Originally Posted by doubletapdaddy View Post
    Pretty cool, but why didn't I think of it? Lol.
    LOL!! I know, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsouder53 View Post
    That’s a great idea!
    I think so too

    Quote Originally Posted by benatc1 View Post
    Good stuff, very useful. Thanks for sharing!
    Awesome! Glad we could share this with you

    Quote Originally Posted by USMC Wrangler View Post
    According to the Synergy site, they can be used front or rear.
    Yup.

    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    Those are really cool! Thanks for the video!
    You bet

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    Glad to watch another video. I really like this idea. Might get a set for the kids XJ. Thank you


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    Another great informative video. I love the WAYALIFE banner on the wall. Thanks for all you do to keep us informed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    So, these are supposed to be universal and you should be able to install them on the rear as well. On the rear, you're supposed to drill through the flat bump stop plate on the axle. The only problem is that if you drilled right through the center of the plate, you'd be drilling right into the axle tube. Of course, the rubber jounce doesn't really strike dead center so I suppose it would just take some figuring out where to put them. I'm not gonna lie, I wasn't really feeling it and really, addressing the rear isn't nearly as tough as the front being that the bump stops are outside of the coil. You can pretty much install these or anything without having to remove anything on your Jeep.

    I think so
    That makes sense, and there is a bunch more access there.

    Thanks for the insight


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    I like that you can fit the pieces between the coils, and also that you only have to bolt the first puck down.


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