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few questions about lift kits

So I want to lift my ranger a bit, and basically redo the whole suspension in the process. I have a 97' XLT Regular Cab 2.3 RWD. I'm currently looking at this kit. First off, any suggestions or comments about it? Secondly, I also want to replace the rear leaf springs with new ones instead of using the blocks that come with that kit. Would these springs work fine? JcWhitneys fit guide says that they should lift it about 4", which is what the Rough Country kit lifts as well. So do those two look like they would work together? I plan on replacing the leaf spring frame mounts as well, but besides that is there anything else major that I'm not thinking of or that I should change? Thanks in advance guys!
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