My jeep looks like it sits higher in the front than the back. PO had mods on it but not sure if lifted. Took pics of the springs. I also measured from the ground to the front bumper which was 24 inches. Then measured from the ground to read bumper which was 20 inches. Thanks
You have a spacer lift in the back for sure. Looks to be about 1.5-2 inches and if you say the front sits higher then you probably have lift springs up front because theres no spacer up front. My guess is a 2 inch coil spring lift because actual coil lifts will give you slightly more lift than as described
1998 Jeep Wrangler, 4.0 I6
33x12.50 Goodyear Wrangler Duratracs
3 inch Zone suspension lift, Rubicon Express adjustable front track bar, 1.25 inch body lift.
Yep I agree with above. 2" spacer lift in rear and I can't see any spacers from the pic of the front so I assume its a 2" or 2.5" lift spring. You also have aftermarket shocks, but I'm not sure what brand. Maybe rancho?
So then I if I'm going to lift it 4 inches then I might as well wait to do the bumpstops then. Since they come in the kit.
unless you're buying Currie replacement bumpstop assemblies, then the kit will not include the necessary bumpstop cup or jounce bumper.
just keep in mind with no bumpstops at all, like your current setup, there is nothing to stop the axle housing from smashing into the oil pan, or to prevent other significant vehicle damage during uptravel. your Jeep, your call.