The main problem with running this setup in the front, is the extra stress put on the tie rods. This will lead to a broken steering rack, which is an expensive thing to replace. Really the limit is up front is a modified 3" lift, using OME HD springs combined with a small 1/4" on-top-of-strut spacer from rusty, rocky-road, etc. These results can also be obtained with bilstien 5100's + OME spring, as stated above.
As for the rear, there are a few of us running OME HD springs + 2" spacer, although I swapped in some used 4" SL springs for the same results. This gives around 4" of lift, and with just the OME HD spring+1/4" spacer up front, the rear sits about an inch higher than the front.
Last edited by Ross; 08-27-2014 at 02:47 PM.