So what your saying is that a tj, with a short arm lift, installed in the factory locations essentially ruins the geometry...I think I'll start by pulling the 1-1/4" pucks.
So, what/where should the numbers be, in your opinion, Imped?
That's an open-ended question. Here's what I shot for:
High roll center
Roll axis as close to zero as I could get it.
Clearance everywhere possible.
My goals were to take my rig, which is no longer at stock height, and get it to the point of performing better than a stock height rig, all while improving on clearance in front of the rear tires, under the frame, and under the axle. Nothing hangs below the axle tube, it climbs like a billy goat, and the lower arms never touch a thing.
Become a google-research freak of nature and you'll find more information than you can believe. You won't learn everything just from this thread.
Jermey--I have a stock TJ plotted but I can't open any of the calc files. This is pissing me off because it's a ton of valuable data from a bunch of different setups (Hendrix being one) that I can't reference to show you guys.