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I have a noise problem with my SRX rear seems like cupped tires, $250 tires and only a year old, seems they have cupped for no apparent reason, oh well not my point.

I told my mechanic about Benebob and his rear end spring problem, he said they make a solid rubber piece that replaces the standard rubber over travel bumpers. Seems this product just fits right in the vacated bumper space, you can shim it to even out the vehicle and provide the firmness you like. I wonder if it is better or equal to airbags.

Anyone ever heard of this product or tried it? He said the pair is about $400. The motorhome style is good for 7000 lbs, go to the Timbren website.


25 Ft Glassnose, 2792, 1982
454 Engine
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