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8. Next, Dustin plasma-torched out two round discs from a piece of 3/8-inch-thick steel plate. These would serve as landing pads for the hydraulic bumpstops to strike as the suspension reached maximum compression. Due to our custom application, we couldn't use the typical arrangement JKS suggests in the instructions because the bumps wouldn't land properly. As such, we had to figure out our own landing pads. Dustin drilled out a hole in the center of each plate where a machined Allen bolt head could be welded in place flush with the landing surface.