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2006 LJ Rubicon Lift Question

I have 2006 LJ Rubicon soft top with about 75,000 miles on it and stock wheels and tire size. The previous owner put a Hanson front bumper with a Warn winch and full Hanson rear bumper with tire carrier and rack system. The springs are completely dead at this time. I did install Rokmen adjustable control arms (handle up to 4" of lift), JKS ACOS in the front (minimum 1.5" lift) and the old AEV bolt on real spring centering brackets (about 1.6" of lift) a while back. The Jeep is about at stock ride height at this time. I am considering ordering a OME heavy duty spring 2" lift for the vehicle. Will this combo really give me 3.5" to 4" of lift and could the shocks that come with that lift kit still work? The ARB info sheet indicates that Rubicon models may not get the full lift height. I know that adjustable tract arms will be needed for this combo so I was thinking Currie units. Thanks for any thoughts you have on this combo.

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