I have the same 6" skyjacker kit with the leaf packs in the back and it sits nose high. It seems like a lift is like a box of chocolates........Spectre said:Don't know if this will help or not
But I have the skyjacker 6" leaf pack springs in the rear of our bronco and it sits tail high even with us having the 8" coil springs in the front..
Right. I have the full six inch kit with the 6" springs in front. They say the lift brings the nose up around 6" and the tail up around 4.5". It rang pretty true for me. I think my tail will even settle more after I go wheeling a bit. First day out I blew a shock to pieces. I am not fond of the skyjacker brand shocks, not sure what I will go with next time.....Spectre said:no kiddin.. I don't think Skyjacker makes an 8" lift spring and I know I don't have blocks so I assume it's the 6" spring..
:stupidslaga said:Generally speaking, the rear is lifted 2" less than the front so it rides even. In stock form, the rear is approximately 2" higher than the front to accomodate a load (i.e. trailer) and still ride level.
As stated, if you were to buy a 6 inch lift kit from skyjacker, it would come with 6" lift coils, and 4" lift leaf springs.equivalent said:im int he same situation. i have a used 6" skyjacker ttb setup and it came with a 4.5 angled block. im not not into blocks. but i was tring to figure out with spring to get the 4 or 6. same damn situation. im tring not to make the front nose dive as it does know. i think im going to have to call skyjacker.