T-Jay, you're not fully understanding what the goals are for doing this, otherwise you wouldn't need to ask what to remove. The whole point of cycling the axle is to put it into different scenarios to determine where interference will happen. You can't do this with the springs between the axle and frame so those obviously have to go. If you're set on keeping the current shocks and shock mounts, then those need to be there since the axle can't go any higher or lower than the shocks will allow. Since the tires against the fenders are an interference scenario, those also need to be on. The sway bar needs to be disconnected so the axle can move freely. Put jack stands behind the front LCA mounts and in front of the rear LCA mounts to support the rig. Pull the springs and sway bar and bolt the shocks and tires back up. Now you can freely cycle the axle without moving the frame....that will allow you to see and fix any interference areas between the track bar, diff, tire, fender, etc. Adjust the bump stops to prevent those things from happening or grind, cut to prevent it. Either way, adjust the bump stops accordingly once you've determined where your first interference point is.
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