There is a good bit of math and research you could avoid by going with my Fox 12" C/O's, they are setup perfectly for a TJ's front weight. My rig comes in right at 4000lbs, which I'm guessing yours is close to. I almost don't want to swap to 14"s because of how well it works right now.
I'll keep you posted and will cut you a deal if I go through with it.
So what spring combination are you using now in the front? Dual rate or tripple?
Is your Tj firm or soft when on the street?
Building my junk with more junk, so Im always on the look out for more junk....Free to cheap preferably. :D
My junk http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/survivor-project-driveway-frame-swap-33s-build-1280626/index3.html
Back from Carolina Truggies! This shop should be mentioned anytime guys are looking for custom work. The projects that come out of there and quality of work is some of the best I have seen. Unfortunately, because I can't do some of this fab work myself, I will be using these guys early and often .
Airbumps are on! Now I just need a place to go ramp the rig .
Done and done. I can have them swapped to 3" or 4" down the road if needed, but with my ride height, 2" seemed to be perfect.
We also talked for great links about my rear suspension and I'm still not sure which way to go. Not much room to work with, but I'm not going to go with the Profender Resi's, so they are officially for sale. Not a product performance reason, with ECORS now letting B Class guys run 4 tuneable shocks, it just makes sence to go that route.