Blackhawk 4x4 Bump Stop Kit for Nissan GQ / GU - Suits 2" - 3" Lift - Front Only

RoadsafeSKU: S0524R-BH/2

Price:
Sale price$95.00

Description

Bolt in Bump Stop Kit, to replace front standard bumpstops with extended bump stops to suit 2" - 3"  lift.

 

This kit suits the following vehicles

  • GQ / GU Patrol Front 
  • Toyota Land Cruiser 80/105 REAR
  • Nissan Navara NP300 REAR

Includes

  • 2 x Front Bump Stop Rubbers
  • 2 x Nuts & Bolts

    This kit has an uncompressed Length of 180mm 

    This Bumpstop is derived from an OE design. Blackhawk4x4 have identified the current OE & aftermarket offerings fall short of delivering the complete solution1 We can now offer you a truly progressive rate, genuinely extended Bumpstop when installed into the following applications: 

    • OE Nissan Patrol GO/GU FRONT (35mm extended @ 7kN)
    • OE Nissan Patrol GO/GU REAR (57mm extended @ 7kN - when using BS002 mounting)
    • OE Toyota Land Cruiser 80/105 REAR (33mm extended@ ?kN)
    • Nissan Navara NP300 REAR (46mm extended @ 7kN)
    • Universal Applications (113mm compressed height @ 7kN)

    Our re-engineered design increases energy absorption while offering less kinetic energy reducing the resultant rebound of the suspension when returning from full compression (full bump) which is a common side effect of other designs. They don't bounce!


    Some of the design features include:

    • Contact face has been engineered to offer a progressive entry to the damping force for improved ride comfort.
    • Premium quality natural rubber construction
    • Side furrows have been remodelled for a progressive nature
    • Internal design remodelled to minimise rebound and increase durability
    • Overall length increased to provide increased final height whilst not limiting progressive nature.
    • Supplied with Flange head M12 bolt and M12 flange nut to complete the mounting solution in most applications.
    • Firm Dura in line with OE designs

    The below table illustrates the height vs load of the Blackhawk bumpstop when compared to OE examples

     

     

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