I did a spring over on my 95 YJ. Axle wrap is a very serious problem when doing a SOA. I tried the stock springs that lasted one day. running with 33's using stock springs don't work. what i did was use BDS 2" lift springs in the rear and 4" pro comp in the front. i also put a shackle in the rear to make the lift work. the front springs were sagged to about 3" of lift but were great to hold all the weight and still have excelent travel. the BDS arn't holding up so im thing of maby going to 3.5" bds with no shackle. that ever you do, a lift spring of some kind almost a must. that does mean a lot more lift, so drive line mods and stearing mods are a must as well. If u dont have a hard top, i did a lift to a frends jeep with the full 2" bds lift and SOA and that works great, even with 35" BFG's. hope this gives you some ideas into what it takes to to a SOA.
Its not what you buy...its what you BUILD!!!
1995 YJ ,SOA with 4" procomp front 3.5" BDS rear 1" shackle rear, custom stearing, 35x12.50x15 pro-comp MTs, warn xd9000i, on-board air from A/C, dana 44 rear and 30 front with 4.56, powertrax no-spin rear, custom disks rear/trutrac front, warn front shafts, HD SYE kit, HD front and rear driveshafts, Warn 4X flairs, PIAA 520 ligts and on and on and on :)