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The axle bracket doesn't have to touch the bumpstop but it does need to be close to it. It is ok if it is touching it as long as the lower part of the bracket is mounted flush on the axle with no gaps between it and the axle tube.
Here are the instructions for it, there is no exact reference as to how close to the bumpstop it needs to be other than:
"If this jounce tongue is present,
the height setting of the lower bracket will be just above the jounce tongue (to clear the head of the bolt going
into the bottom of the air spring)."
Hope this helps you
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