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The simplest and least expensive aftermarket bumpstops are typically polyurethane ones of some form or another. There are solid ones of various hardness and slotted ones, such as these, that offer a slightly progressive bump behavior as the suspension bottoms. With a lot of use, poly bumpstops may be prone to aging and tearing over time. They often work well for trail applications and cases where you’re not pounding the suspension limits on a regular basis.
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