Yes I got new shocks, it did give me the 2" as well. So I have several people now saying to keep the spacers where they are and one that says I need bump-stops, if I put the bump-stops back on I will need to move the spacer back to the bottom. I do not have 2" bump-stop extensions for the 2" bb. Do I need them with the BB or am I good without? Should I keep it on-top of the spring or move the spacer below?
According to the instructions, no bumpstop is needed, but it looks pretty fishy to me without something other than the spacer itself (granted, it does have a slight extension in the middle).
Here's what I'd do...
Disconnect the rear swaybar.
Remove the lower spring retainers (if any are there - mine didn't have rear retainers)
Jack-up the frame until the rear spring is loose enough to remove. If the rear wheel lifts first, then you may need spring compressors to remove it.
SLOWLY lower the jack, keeping an eye on the rear shock on the side where the spring has been removed... you want to test to see what the suspension travel limiter is. I'll bet it will be the shock before anything else.
If the shock is the limiter, you need some bumpstop AND you now know how much you need - just measure the space between your rear spring spacer (the lift spacer) and the lower spring perch and add .5 to .75 inch.
Buy aftermarket bumpstops (or fab something yourself) and install them on the lower spring perches. Most online vendors will list the dimensions of the bumpstop so you can get the right height for your situation. You just drill a hole in the center of the lower spring perch and bolt them on.