The problems are when you stay SUA and do not go high steer. The 44 knuckles have a longer steering arm on them, and only one hole each, putting the tie rod further forward, and making it necessary to mount the drag link to the tie rod, not the knuckle. Compound that with the need to run a Waggy pitman arm, which is also longer than the stock one, and the tie rod/drag link start to get way out of wack (drag link is actually behind the tie rod. In my case, with a 2.5" lift, the suspension could not move because the drag link joint on the pitman arm was resting on the tie rod. Now, with a 6" lift, there would be clearance between the two but I've never seen it done. But, with stretching the front 2" and moving the box forward 1.25", my guess is that the tie rod would be somewhere around 2-3" in front of the pitman arm. Not to sure how that would affect steering geometry for the road.
1977 Cj5, 258, T-18, 2.46:1 Dana 20, 2.5" BDS lift, OBA, 38.5's. Chevy 60 frt, 14b Rear, Full hydro, 102"wb, full DOM cage.