try to remain close to stock but the most important part is keeping the driveshaft angles right so you don't bind up the u-joints(or cv on small lifts). I believe it's +5-7º? At least that's what everyone seems to say that I've seen. i'm sure someone else can go more exact for ya.
1995 ZJ ltd, 4.0 i6, *cough stock cough* 253,xxx and still pumping strong
1998 Chevy Cheyenne K1500, 5.7L Vortec, mostly stock
*In peace, sons bury their fathers. In war, fathers bury their sons. - Herodotus
[QUOTE=JasonStebbins]We can call it the Whoosh King Catalog System. :D[/QUOTE]