I bought a wagoneer d44 the other day and it came with the stock leafs but I think i'm going to run the trailgear 5" HD springs in the front. I have a 3" bodylift as well. I might not know until the sas is done but any idea what I need to do to the rear to make it close to the front for lift? Rightnow I have the 3" body lift in the rear and the superlift 3" blocks and the heavy rated stock ranger springs. Do you think keeping the 3" bodylift in the rear with the 3" block and do a add a leaf with chevy shackles would be somewhat close to the 3" bodylift in the front with the d44 and the trailgear 5" lift springs? I know the frontend will start to sag after a few months so it's okay if it's a little front high. I hope my question makes sense. Is the 5" trailgear hd spring set-up good for my set-up? I plan on running 37's on my 07' ranger 4x4 and clearing them good. I've researched quite a bit but i'm still not sure what to do as far as lift.
Are these what I would need for the rear as far as shackles and aal's go? I don't think these are the right aal's??
SAS 2007 Ranger 4X4 4.0 Blue, Auto, 3 link front with panhard, 14" FOA coilovers, 5.14 gears, D44 front axle welded, Fullwidth 9" rear spooled, 8" of lift, 37X13.5X17 Toyo's on 17" aluminum beadlocks. Front tube bumper with warn 9000xd winch, 6000k Heads, & much more!