My G/F's tin top has Calmini 3" 5-leaf springs and 2" longer shackles, yeilding about 4" of lift. It has 29" swampers which are closer to 30". It flexes nicely (I think) for a SPUA truck. For her, it's as tall as she want's to go.
Take a look also at the Old Man Emu and National spring suspensions. Both will work on the SJ410 and are great riding springs made by a couple of the most well respected spring manufacturers on the planet.
OME springs are a 2" lift on the front and 2.5" on the rear. For 3" springs, we have the Nationals.
We sell about a dozen different SPOA lifts, so there are various pricing differences. You can see more info on our suspension page. If you have specific questions about any of the items there. Please feel free to email us. We enjoy corresponding with folks who have questions and are happy to answer them.
Yes, those are 29"swampers on Tims Pumpkin,I also run the 5in cal-combo with reversal and 2"of body lift..For the Record,this kit really performs well on and off the road.It wont bwe in my truck much longer,but i luved it!!going SPOA.But as for this calmini kit...highly recommended for anyone who wants a good performing suspension.(cheap)good luck with your build-up,WOLFE~~~
88 Sami 1.3+.030,cam,462gears,locked,5in Calmini,2"body
31-10.50's.Yankee-offroad-Hood latches,Bumpers,Rails and armour,Tracker seats,.....BET YA I CAN!!!!!
If it is of any consulation I have 3" <font color=red>Nationals</font color=red> and I have been very satisfied with their ride and flexibility. I purchased them through <font color=green>Rocky Road</font color=green> about two years ago.
I also know that <font color=blue>Calmini</font color=blue> makes good products so you probably cannot go wrong with their springs. But regardless what springs you go with I would highly recommend to go with the D-Tech shocks (if you are replacing your shocks too). It seems as if everyone with D-Techs (including myself) have nothing but great things to say about 'em.