Well I will disagree and say it looks good the way it is and I would leave it if the body lift was only 1 inch. The one inch does not look bad at all and makes it a whole lot easier to clean mud out from between the frame and body.
Looking at that picture that shows the back end, it only looks like an inch.....unless that rear bumper was mounted so that the top of it sits higher than the top of the rear cross member. Get a closer pic of the back from straight on and it'll be easy to tell.
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It looks bigger then a 1 inch body lift, i haven't measured it but it looks to be about 2 or 3 inch.
If it is a one inch body lift the spacers will be 1 inch larger than the orgnal body bushings, some where around 1 1/4 to 1 1/2 inches each. It looks like a 1 inch body lift to me as well. Again I would leave it for the ease of cleaning. Also depending on the condition of the bolts / age of the lift the bolts might be hard to get out. On my 86 I had one that I had to cut into the tub to remove. Some guys here have had 3 - 4 they have had to cut out.
here's mine, 2" body lift, 4.5 re lift 33" tires. wouldn't change it. ride good flexes well, I think it helps that I have a scout 44 in the rear. I lengthened the steering shaft and clutch rod, so no issues there
Well, if that has/had a body lift on it, you are in trouble from rust and collapsed tub mount points by the looks of the back.
The back is already down almost to the bumper and it doesn't look like an even crack so it may have sagged bad.
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the front looks like it is only up on a 1" BL. Hard to tell with the back, maybe your bumper is mounted higher up than the crossmember so one can not see the BL. Hopefully it is just the picture angle making your body look sagged down on the bumper. Maybe the bumper is the one that is not level. I would leave it if it is only a 1" lift