Thats exactly what I run and have not had an issue . If you have the correct bracket extension on your rear axle for the track bar keeping it close to the stock angle, you should be fine . Keeping your rear track bar as flat as possible keeps the left and right motion of the axle to a minimum so you wont have a rub on the spring mounts . In the front some say to add a washer or two to extend the steering stops if you can stop yourself from turning the wheels far enough to rub the OE control arms. I have no rub on my aftermarket arms.
O5 Rubi TJ, 3" BDS, Currie Currectlync, Rokmen BL , Savvy control arms w/Mc Duroflex Joints, JJ's lower front arms , Bilstein 5100, 33" Cooper STTs, Mc Track Bar