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Old January 17th, 2018, 03:44 PM
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what bump stops ?

Anyone know what bump stops the stage 3 safari gard lift used ?

Guenning they were 3 inches longer ? Polyurethane ?
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I do not know for sure, but they looked like Polyurethane Procomp Bump Stops 69090/69091 to me

edit:

looks like Daystar makes a cheap version: KU09014BK for 3", KU09009BK for 4.5"
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Old January 17th, 2018, 04:49 PM
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Thanks Ed, according to the brochure Lav has posted on the web they were urethane. The procomp ones use a single stud as opposed to being bonded to a mounting plate.

I like the daystar black ones- but cant find any dimensions on the mounting plate size.
Found this picture of an early SG stage 2 setup
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np doug

I think there's enough room above each stop on the frame to use a nut to tie the stud mount down and then chop off the excess stud. Some 1/8" mild steel through a drill and bandsaw/sawzall with some rattle-can should work as a mounting plate.

I have no idea how the originals were retained though
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