Re: body lift, do or not do
For about $30 you can do your own 2" bod lift. I used 2x2x3 steel box iron. Drilled one hole for the stock bolt, and another opposite for the bolt to mount it to the body. I refused to use those bolt extension units as they just don't seem sturdy enough for me in my non-engineer opinion. I could be wrong, but it was just as easy to drive another bolt in and gives me peace of mind. Retained stock bushings, but check to make sure yours aren't cracked and worn before re-using. I simply didn't have the money that weekend or the patience to wait to get some, and mine weren't in bad shape at the time. didn't have to adjust anything or replace anything. 2' is alot, especially with the other lifts you have on your rig. I took two floor jacks, loosened all the body bolts, and lifted the drivers side about 5 inches at each end of the tub, placed the spacers, let the side down, then went to the other side, rinse and repeat.
But do you really need to lift your body? the only reason I lifted mine was to make clearance for my tires. With the 2" bod lift, 2" s/r lift, my 32's just barely rub at full compression. When I do my next suspension lift, 3" or 4" It will look symettrically appealing as well as fully functional.
Neal the Zukiguy
"If it is '...a Jeep thing...' I hope it isn't contagious"