Anyone had any experience with running Timbren bump stops on their rig? Number one concern is that they may limit my rear axle articulation, have some friends who've run these on their pre-runners but I'm not sure if they'd be suitable for 4x4 applications. I use my truck to 4x4 camp the majority of the time and am running a donahoe progressive leaf pack 2" lift, bilstein 5100s with a camper shell and custom rack that I built. When I load up for a trip she gets a bit saggy in the back. I do moderate crawling with my truck (no SAS still IFS, ARB rear locker) and am looking for options that'll work for both running with and without loads. Suggestions?
2000 3rz-fe 5-speed Tacoma x-cab Crawling Camper
ARB rear locker, ARB High volume compressor, 4.56, 33x12.5R15, King coil overs, 2" Donahoe progressive leaf pack, Bilstein 5100s, Dual battery, Warn x8000i, Swing out utility rear bumper, ARE DCU camper shell, Utility rack
Drive fast, drive slow, it does both, then I sleep in it when I get there.