If you ever make it to Billings, I might be open to swapping Rubi 44s that have 5.13s for yours with 4.88s.
However, you really want 5.38s with 37s. That puts you at just under 2500 rpm at 70 mph with an 07 automatic. 4.88s with 37s won't be great at all for highway driving. The the transmission will hunt between 3rd and 4th with any wind or hills.
2.5" front extended bumpstops are more than is needed for 37s with front flat-ish flares.
As far as the Fox 980-24-887 shocks go, you will only need about 1" front extended bumpstops to prevent them from bottoming out.
You will get more than 3" from 4 dr springs, even with the bumpers. I would not install the coil spacers. Your front driveshaft will last longer without them.
With those shocks on your automatic, eventually, the rubber boot on your front driveshaft will tear on the transmission pan lip when the suspension is flexed out. Then, you will trim the excess rubber to stop the flapping sound. Then, the driveshaft will eventually squeak when the grease spins out. Then, you will buy a new front driveshaft when the squeaking drives you nuts.
Since you have an X, you will want front swaybar quick disconnects. I prefer JKS, but other manufactures work well too. Don't use the leveling kit links.
Even with the EVO RockStars, you will only need about 1.5" rear extended bumpstops for Fox 980-24-888. With 37s and 2.5" rear extended bumpstops, you will need to do some trimming of the rear fender well pinch seams--front and rear of the fender wells.
The rear swaybar links should be long enough so that your rear swaybar is about level and normal ride height. If your shocks were longer, you would want the swaybar a few degrees above level.
With a 3" lift, you can get away with front lower adjustable control arms. If you end up at closer to 4", you will end up wanting all 8 control arms.
The rear driveshaft should last a while at 3". The closer you get to 4", the sooner you will need to buy and aftermarket rear driveshaft.
Those shocks are nice, but they are pretty short for even a 3" lift.
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