I have some question that I need help with, so this is ya'll chance to help spend my money! I scanned about 20 pages of the forum, and searching brings up all kinds of stuff about Dana 44s, 12 bolts, and sig lines, but not much real help. I'm going through a restructuring of my life right now, and one of the things involved is finishing my blazer and getting it back on the road, err... trail. I want to run 12 inches of suspension lift since it's mostly used for mud, and run 19.5 inch wide 44 inch boggers on 15 inch Bart beadlocks. I'm also getting ready to swap in my Dana 60 and 14 bolt with disc brakes, and crossover steering. I'm having a hard time finding recommendations for 12 inch suspension lifts, and backspacing sizes and widths for my rims. I don't care if I have to cut my fenders, and I know that I'll have to grind my calipers up front and possibly the rear. Is anyone running tires that wide on 1 ton axles? If so, what backspacing are you running, what width rim, what type of lift, etc? All information is welcome, as well as criticism, comments, etc. I could drop down to 18 inch wide tires, but would like to stay as wide as possible to help keep the Animal on top of the mud. Also, will crossover steering be OK with that much lift, or will I have to make any special changes? This is the last leg of the buildup, I've already rebuilt the engine, tranny, xfer case, radiator, replaced body mounts, repaired the floor and had it caged, so I'm in the home stretch now. Thanks in advance.