I drop my coils bout 4-6".... not too bad tho, I have coil retainers to keep the coils in there place.
I have less up travel than a stock Jeep cause my 100K mile springs are super saggy and I have a winch up front which doesn't help, I have 2" up travel til I hit bumpstop hard. I agree with you bout the longer track bar, it'll happen after the cage. & I did raise the front shock towers to allow extra room for the new shocks, I'l take some pics when I get a chance. The stock control arms do quite well with the stock track bar(flex wise), I do feel it bind a bit but nothing too bad, I'm starting to trailer the jeep to the parks so if I brake something(like track bar) its okay, than I'l buy a new nicer one. do you have any suggestions for a LCG track bar?
Longer track bar? Why would you want a longer track bar with stock springs?
Your track bar is made to center your axle under your jeep, the only time you run a longer track bar is when you lift your jeep. The higher you lift the jeep, the longer the track bar needs to be.
If you lift your jeep and run the stock front track bar in the hole that it came in from the factory then your axle will be off center and stick out more on the drivers side. That's why instead of buying an adjustable track bar a lot of people with 3" or less of suspension lift will drill a new hole closer to the drivers side of the current hole to center there axle.
The thing that I'm most worried about with your jeep is when your really flexing the front out and the spring is unseated and all the weight of your jeep shifts to the unseated side, and you flop.
I would also seriously consider running a rear sway bar, it's not hurting your flex with short arms and a track bar.