I am thinking about added some more lift to my K5 and would like to know if anyone has any idea on how much higher my truck will be. I currently have a 4-inch BDS lift with rear blocks and stock rear springs and about 2 year old 33” Mud Kings. I am thinking about going to a Homemade rear shackle flip and either 2 inch springs or blocks, or overload leafs and ORD 0-rates, giving about 5.5 or 6 in the rear. In front I was just going to add some Hill 4 Wheel Drive Extended Front Shackles giving the front about 5 to 5.5 lift. Last moving from 33s to 35s. The reason I want to know how much higher I will be is because when I like to park my K5 in the garage at night with the top off and in the winter I like not have to strap windows. When I drive in my garage currently I pull in just fine. When I add this lift I would like to still have the roof clear the door and I have checked about how much room I have left. I have taken a 2X4 and placed it on the top as I drove in the garage and I clear on the 4 side. I do not think a 2x6 will clear, but I am going to try this. I do not have a problem with lowering the rear in the winter by lowering the tire pressure, as needed. So moving from 4 inch lift to 5.5 or 6 inch lift I will added 2” and from old 33”s to new 35”s I will added about 1” to 1.5” so about 3.5. Should be the same a one 2X4 on its side,,, right? What do you all think?