Very cool. I've got one of the Action Van kits installed on my '95 RB.
Like daveb said above -- I also immediately went to larger tire, a 285/70R17 (33" diameter.) Most of the photos on my forum "garage" page are from before the lift was installed, but there are a couple where it's shown with the lift....here's a couple with the lift kit installed from my gallery:
Also....you've probably already looked through them, but Action Van has a page on their website with **tons** of photos of lifted Ford vans with their kits:
Photo Gallery for Ford Van Lift Kits
Action Van Suspension - Photo Gallery - Ford van lift kits
Something to remember:
A lift that's indicated as "6-inch" won't actually/always lift your vehicle a true 6 inches. It's probably more between 4 and 5 inches of measured "lift."
And that's because:
As far as I can tell, the "6 inch coil" does
have 6 inches more height to it than the OEM coil....but that's if you put them next to each other out of the van and measured them uncompressed. But --- these lift coils are spec'd such that your van's weight will "settle into them a bit more" than the van will on the stock coils....they compress an inch or two more than the stock coils do once the van is back on its feet.
So --- you're effectively getting 6" more overall suspension travel, but some of that is given to you in the form of extra "sag."
(And this is a good thing --- mountain bikers and off-road motorcyclists know this.....sag is what allows your suspension to extend DOWN into a deep chuck-hole when you're traveling along at speed, maintaining wheel/tire contact with the ground as continuously as possible while allowing the bike/motorcycle/van to carry on and be impacted as little as possible.)
Ok that was long-winded....as usual, sorry...
The takeaway --- Action Van kit = good!
Just don't get out your tape measure and expect to see six inches of actual height difference before/after....at least not before you bolt on your new, taller tires you're going to be installing....which will add more ground clearance of course too.