Re: spoa-axle movement
As long as you keep it 1 to 2 in. in the front you should not have to much trouble,but keep in mind that you will run in to problems with the shock mounts,the drive shafts,brake lines and the off set of your z link.with mine 1 in. foward[done with a set of rear springs with overloads]it now can touch the front of the wheel well at full stuff and the back gets hit pretty regular with 33,s 5.5 lift and 1 in of shackle lift. so just don't go crazy with the movement.i can't say much about the rear mine is still stock location with a couple of extra leaves on the rear springs.and it hits on the front and back of the rear well not to bad but it does hit in the center.
88ht,two87s,88.5 spoa,33X12.50,5.12 f&r,rock cage,4.16 T case