Even with our TC 4" Lift with the supplied 1/2" spacer for the front (making it 4.5" front/4" rear) I think it sits kinda low in the front after the bumper and winch. Really to me seems like it needs a 5" spring with the same rate, a 4" spring with a stiffer rate I don't think would be too fun of a ride.i added my front winch and bumper with my budget boost, now i am sad, i have a droopy front end:bawling: guess i will be upgrading that lift after winter, they make stiffer springs with certain kits for the front to remedy this problem, don't they?
JP-Ayers now you have multiple options & they all work........I have a 1 3/4" spacer at the front and left in the factory isolator. It is not going to fall out. Even when fully flexed my springs are still tight, and they would have to drop quite a way down to let the spacer or isolator fall out.
I agree. I'm waiting to add a rear bumper and put my spare on the back so I can figure out what springs I'll need, but I'm guessing I will end up with either 6" front & 5" rear or 5" front & 4" rear.Adding a spacer to regain lost height shouldn't be considered a long term approach to the solution. New springs with correct spring rates that match your load would be the preferred method.