I recently purchased an 89 Yj, the front end had two different leaf springs. It caused it to sit slightly lower to one side. The jeep has a lift, but I can't be sure what height. I have two questions, one; what is the best way to figure out what the lift is in the rear, so I can match it in the front? I measured from the ground to the rocker and it shows just shy of 25 inches .. It has a 3 inch body lift, so basically it shows 22 inches. Stock is 18 I believe, which would make me believe 4 inches of suspension lift (it has stock shackles), any flaws in my logic?? My second question is: If I have 4 inches of lift, is there any way to get two matching front leaf springs to 4 inches without purchasing an expensive aftermarket set? I.e. compatible leaf springs off of another model jeep that will raise it atleast enough for me compensate with shackles? or maybe stock leafs with an add a leaf kit? Which would be best?? Money is tight and I can't spend anymore on the jeep burning up front tires, so your help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!!