As Jason said, do not remove them. If you have a lowered car you will want to replace them though with Koni bumpstops. They ain't cheap though.GTA_G20 said:what do bumpstops do? I have heard alot about them. There must be reason that they are on the car. What would be the advantage of removing them?
Um... your bumpstops shouldn't affect the ride height at all. They are located on the shock/strut shaft between the top mount and the body of the shock/strut.newg20 said:i didnt put any on becuase there wasnt one on my factory front shocks so i dont have them in front or rear i guess thats why my car is tukn tire in the front i didnt see any on the front shocks