No, I think he means I6 coils for the rear. I6 coils in the front wouldn't give you any lift at all, in fact you may even LOSE some height, as I think the V8 may be heavier.
As for as rear links, you can always get a set of Energy Suspension links from Autozone. Just figure out what size you want (say stock lenght + 2.5"), and look for the closest size. They have them right on the shelf in different lengths, IIRC the last time I looked at them they were under 20 bucks for the pair.
And FWIW, I ran stock rear links with the 1.75" spacers with no problems. The fronts, well they'll work, but the ball joint will wear quicker. You might want to convert to the earlier 93-95 style link with the rubber bushings on top. Easier to install, and cheaper to replace.I did it on my '97 and was glad I did. You just need to drill the taper out of the link mounting holes in the swaybar. On mine it took minimal drilling, in fact one side I didn't even need to drill at all.