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Unread 04-12-2016, 11:17 PM   #21
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That's a little disturbing. I am suddenly less lustful of the Icon hydraulic bumps. Hopefully the Timbren Active Off-Road set works well enough for me.

Speaking of bypass shocks if the ARB BP-51 had been available when I was buying I might have chosen them over Icon, but I'm not changing shocks now.
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Unread 04-21-2016, 03:52 AM   #22
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They are much different than just a rubber bumps, they are a foam rubber type material which is very progressive and not harsh like the stock ones.

Here is what I just finished up for my rear Superbump setup.
Have you had the chance to test these yet?
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Unread 04-21-2016, 10:13 AM   #23
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Have you had the chance to test these yet?
Not really, they are installed but no off-roading yet, hopefully in the next couple weeks I will have some time on them.
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4 year follow up.

Thinking of things to do... or is it just a waste of money?

My rides pretty firm with FJ valved Donahoe CO on the front.
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4 year follow up.

Thinking of things to do... or is it just a waste of money?

My rides pretty firm with FJ valved Donahoe CO on the front.

The Timbren's have seemed to work pretty good over the years. When my original set basically spilt, I talked to the guys from Timbren at SEMA, and they sent me a new set, apparently they have a lifetime warranty!
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The Timbren's have seemed to work pretty good over the years. When my original set basically spilt, I talked to the guys from Timbren at SEMA, and they sent me a new set, apparently they have a lifetime warranty!
Did you add Timbren's in the front, back, both?

I just ordered the Superbumps for the front. From What I've read on other forums, the Superbumps are reported to have less rebound effect.
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Did you add Timbren's in the front, back, both?

I just ordered the Superbumps for the front. From What I've read on other forums, the Superbumps are reported to have less rebound effect.

Yeah, front and rear.
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