I finally got it all worked out, I think. After purchasing so many different springs not getting the results I was hoping for, I made my own leaf set. Im sure this is going to create some talk, and I always want your advice, even if I disagree in the end, and that's why Im posting. You guys may tell me something i didnt consider, even tho it's done and works fine. Oh boy, here goes...I removed the 4" springs and sold them. I took two leafs from an old 6" set (too high) and three from the new stock replacement set (too soft) and married the set according to length. Resulting in a five leaf pack in the front and i have a three leaf pack in the rear. This is a soa mount with an additional 2-3 inches of lift from the springs. The shakles (too long) are aftermarket and came with the Jeep, they may even be custom made, either way they are the next to go. Pinion angle is good, axles are centered in the wheel wells, spring rate is really good, not too soft, not too hard. Rides pretty good considering it's so high and on 35's. The 9 inch rear axle is underway and Im just wating on a gear set, which is on hold until I choose a locker. I just purchased another 9/44rs axle set Saturday. The 44rs is going to sit a while until the rear is done and I win the Lotto. My main concern would be the spring packs. How long will they last? How stupid was that? So many options on trac-bars, which is best for my situation?