Well, I finally got the money together to get a mild lift for the CJ-2A.
Basically it consists of 2.5" Rancho springs, Rancho shackle conversion kit, Pro Comp ES3000's, Pro Comp U-Bolts, new front spring plates, and a home alignment job.
The springs I replaced were only 56 years old, so they hadn't sagged that much[img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img].
Actually, they were sagged quite a bit.
Since I was good enough to take measurements before and after, I was able to tell how much it was lifted.
I did side to side measurements as well as middle of the bumper measurements.
As most CJ owners know, they tend to lean to the driver's side a bit.
Mine was no different, it was about 1.5" lower on the driver's side.
I know the springs have to get broken in and settle down some, but as of now, it has been lifted 4" over the sagged old original springs. Here are a couple of pics to show the difference.