UPDATE: 1993 Dodge Power Ram 5.9 Cummins 4x4 rear shocks fit.
I bought some $17 Autozone Gabriels, and they fit right in. I had to reuse my old metal insert from my old shocks on the axle mount since the Dodges have a single rubber bushing axle side. Rides stiff, but flexes really well.
So essentially, you can lift the rear end of your WJ (1999-2004) by using junkyard or new:
1997 Ford Expedition (Other years might work, I just snagged some from a 1997) rear coils
1993 Dodge Ram (Other years might work as well, there's actually a whole list from I think 84-93 that can work) rear shocks.
At 6"+ you WILL NEED an a-arm spacer, but depending on your skill level you can make that fairly cheap by drilling 4 holes into a block of aluminum. Control arm bolts are the exact thread, pitch, strength (M10.9), and length for a 2.75" spacer.
My Jeep is a chick magnet with reverse polarity.
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2000 WJ, 4.5l, AX15, 242 D60/14b, 5.5" lift front, 7.5" rear. Ford Expedition rear coils, Ram 350 shocks, JKS, IRO Long Arms, cool Badlands flag thingy.
1987 XJ - Gone but not forgotten