2" might be borderline for needing adj. arms. If you stepped up to 2.5" you could use some AEV drop brackets. As far as Synergy coils go I haven't heard many reviews but the rest of their hard parts are top notch. The leveling kit held up to some pretty rugged trails a winch and bumper though having a progressive rate coil such as the Synergy would provide a nicer overall ride. I would contact them and see what size shock they recomend and if they feel you may need adj arms or not.
Here is a picture of the instructions from the AEV drop brackets. If after you lift the front of your jeep and you are under 5-1/2" (as pictured) I would not suggest different arms or drop brackets. If you are between 5-1/2 and 6-1/2" I would say go with the brackets (minimal loss of clearance... But you have your other jeep to take care of that)! I don't see you going any higher than that with your lift plans.
Call me Eddo
13 WK2 Trailhawk
Thanks a lot for the info guys! I'm going to give synergy a call and go from there. Right now I'm thinking 1" synergy front springs, rubicon take off shocks and 33s on 15" wheels. Possibly I would go 2.5" lift and 35s but then it becomes endless as far as $. This would lead to regear, axle upgrades, lower control arms, ect.. ect.. I would be going right down the road of building another crawler. The yj handles that just fine.
90 YJ 102 in wb stretch, SOA, dana 60, 14 bolt welded,4.56s, 37in Parnelli jones dirt grips, currie twin stick dana 300, york oba, tractor link traction bar, full custom armor,poison spyder tube fenders, 95Cherokee High Output 4.0
2014 JKU, modified Rubicon Rails, RC stubby with warn 8000m, 2" leveling springs and OME trim spacers, Superchips Flashcal, Spidertrax wheel spacers, rubi shocks, and Lots more mods soon!!!
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