Front lift spacer formula
Sorry for the silly sounding thread title but I figured that described it best. I've searched around and seen mention of this, but wanted to know if there is a definitive answer.
When adding spacer to the front end for a lift, is this a standard ratio of 1:2? meaning a .25 inch spacer yields .5 inches of lift?
Like I said, i've seen people mention that but wondered if it were accurate? I'm putting together the parts for my winter project, going with a modified Rusty's spring lift (same as modified OME Omelet did early in his thread). Instead of buying spacers for the front, I was going to use my budget lift as a template and cut my own from .25 inch steel.
Thanks in advance, hopefully this is an easy question.
2008 Overland 5.7 Hemi
Black WK Club #136