Can I ask the obvious question here: why do you need to lift your TH? It's going to introduce a whole host of other issues: entry ramp is going to be steeper with more break over angle, you'll max out the jacks quicker, trailer will be harder to stabilize when parked due to being higher, and that first step in and out is gonna be a doozy!
I'm a Jeep guy from way back, and I know when you start lifting things, it's becomes a whole litany of stuff you need to address (ie, throw more money at) over and above just swapping/flipping/replacing springs. So I guess I'm just asking why you want to do this to yourself.
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