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I received the Progress Springs, this weekend, along with Progress sway bars, and am part way through changing them out. I noticed the bump stops seem a tad long on the rear (haven't got to the more difficult front, yet).

Should I change out the bump stops (which I didn't order) on the original Blistein shocks?

I believe the originals should work, and don't intend to lower the car any more.
 
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I doubt you'll need to install new shorter bump stops. Never had to in all the other vehicles I've had when installing springs
 

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I have the same question.
 

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No response, but I did not change the bump stops. I checked around the Good-win web site and it looks like it isn't necessary.
 
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Somewhere I did read that Brian recommends changing them. The ones they sell don't hit as soon and when they do it is not as abrupt is what I remember
 
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