Depends on the mount location and the arm design.
The TnT kit has chassis side mounts up very high, probably the highest of any kit out there. Problem is the arms are bent up and in for clearance, so if you run the kit with too small of a lift, you might have some interference. If the arms were mounted that high, but straight, you'd be better off with a lower lift.
Length has a lot to do with it as well. My 3-link kit pushed my front axle an inch or two forward, and that's with about 5" of lift. If I lowered the front end down, it would go even further forward.
2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit