No on the bump stops being provided Rick. This Strange 9" didn't come with jack. They couldn't even put a coat of primer on it for me. It was rusted before I got it out of the box. I got the big ford style axle tube ends and they're spacing was out of spec so I had to shim my brake caliper brackets because that's what hold the axle in. I had to grind on the housing/upper ear just to get a bushing in. I had to weld onto their drum brake line tab with a propper c-clip type transition to go from hard to flex line. (The provided a little bendable flange that I welded my c-clip tab onto.) There's no provision for the brake line "Tee" on top to mount to. I had to fab that. Even the oil it came with had been punctured during shipping, so I got an oil soaked box sitting on my sheld with an oil catch pan below it. Yeah, not pleased for the $3k I think I gave for it.
I am putting my weldon fuel pump above my rear differential. I cut the trunk floor some. the pump motor is in the trunk and the pump portion and fittings are below the trunk floor (body). It will syphon gas out of my tank. I will have a box inside the trunk and around the pump to limit noise in the cab of the car. (not building a drag only car)
I do not like the way the single factory bump stop lines up with the 9" center section. It doesn't contact the rubber straight on. Rather it's more of an angle aproach that would rip/shear the rubber. I do have anti roll bar from Spohn.
I am going to screw a jounce type bumper into each of the frame arches above the axle tubes (drill tap the frame). I will then put some box steel on top of the axle tubes and that's where my height adjustment comes in. How I do this part, I'm not sure yet. Probably just cut the box steel to contour to the tube and then tack weld it in place. It'll only see downward force, so I shouldn't need to fully weld it and waste all of my nice clean paint.
What I am doing now, by putting the fuel pump on top of the axle, is making a possible performance versus asthetics trade off. So I'm wanting to make sure I have the travel that I need out back. The pump will be safe for sure, but will the car still turn well is the next question.
I should have 3" of rear suspension travel. But I don't have glass or interior in the car yet, so it's hard to predict that. Basically, I'm not sure what my nominal ride height is. After I drive the car for several weeks, I will go in and install the two jounce bumpers that are spec'ed out for my travel needs. i.e. they absorb some enerby and don't just go thud.