That is good advice on the springs. I am working with Alcan already. They only do 0-4" lift. I don't have any reference to know how much lift I need. 21" from hub center to fender lip is posted a few times as OEM ride height. Front lift amounts from the kit vary between 5-7"s. My van measures around 27.5" now after 5k miles. That is with the V10 and muffin top. So it sounds like I could use 6-7" of rear lift. If I need to use a spring block for fine tuning on the ride height, I would prefer 1-2" max. Is there another custom spring shop that does more than 4" lift?
I'm surprised Alcan can only do up to a 4" lift, because I'm pretty sure they crank out 6" lift springs for Ujoint Offroad all day long. Maybe they only want to supply through UJOR?
I also thought UJOR was using Alcan, at least they used to be. Or maybe it was Atlas?
Also check with Deaver and Detroit Spring--both highly regarded.
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