3" BDS front coils, 2" BDS rears, 1" bl, 33x10.50 km2's, 15x8 soft 8's 3.75" bs. Sat perfectly level. Some of the pics look rear heavy, but it's just where its sitting or the angle.
Its actually slightly low in the rear in this pic. Normal street trim, plus 35ish lb sub box, 250lb buddy in the back, 3yr old son and carseat, baby stroller, and about 50 lbs of tools. I'll mention that I do have a slightly heavier rear bumper, and a 32" spare on matching rim. Tank was about 3/4 full IIRC.
The rest no additional weight besides the sub box, bumper, and spare.
This one was right after the 2" rear coils. They sat about 2.5", but settled to 2.25"
The road is slightly uphill, but it shows there is still some slight rake. I also had a hack job for trimmed flares. Edited: found a side pic
And a closer setup to what you are asking for. 2" front spacers, 1.25" rear spacers, same tires, and hacked flares. Heavier then stock rear bumper, and tiny stock spare. I did end up adding the 1" bl, but those pics got lost in the system
One just to show it was actual able to be wheeled like that. Around an inch of bumpstop extensions. Crappy pic, it was a video that somehow got saved as a still.
I managed to find the actual pictures. This was my wife's 1st time driving offroad. Yes, my fender got pretty tweaked in the pic from the front
I don't get to pimp my rig out much. Not many requests for a similar setup. I'll see if I can find some with the bb and bl
Edited: found some more pics for you, added a better quality picture than one I posted as well.
Here's the closest I have to your request. 2" front spacers, 1.25" rear spacers, hacked flares, 1" bl, same tires/wheels I've always had
Sorry I couldn't help you out a little better, but you get the gist