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Looking for some input (although most of you are batshit crazy sometimes you have good ideas). I currently have what i belive to be a 2" spacer lift(came on jeep) the front of my jeep sits a little low, moreso now with a soft top. now in the end id like to have a 2.5" rock krawler spring lift with 8 arms but i dont have the funds for it right now. So im wondering if i should just by new or used 2.5 springs for the front now and just leave everything else stock or should i go cheaper and get 2.5 front spacers for now or i could just leave it alone for now. Another issue is i have a front axle with some stuff on it. im running reid kunckles with a poly flipped drag link, now this puts my drag link very close to hitting my frame (it may if i jump but dont plan on that) also has a relocated track bar mount (this axle came from a jeep with a 3 link and coilovers) so right now with the stock track bar everything actually works good, my track bar and drag link are almost perfectly flat and even with each other. other thing is the fox shocks i have are for 0-2 lift (when put next to stock ones they are only a 1" or less longer) now to help with that i moved my lower shock mount up a 1" or so (actually used the coil over mount that was on axle and just made a tab to move it up) im more looking for good droop than compression because of my drag link so close to my frame (i can notch frame if needed) So i was thinking to stay cheaper right now get 2.5" springs and maybe those shock extensions that go on the top mount???