Alright so it's officially been decided that 4" pro-comp springs in the front and 2" aal's in back suck donkey balls for ride and flex. I'm gonna rework my suspension over the winter and run 56's with ford towers up front and 56's or 63's with inboarded shocks in back. I know inboarding isn't the best way to do it, but I don't wanna go up through the floor just yet. The main disadvantage I'm worried about is the loss of dampening effect because the shocks travel less compared to the axle. Could I redneck solve this by using two shocks per side in the back? Or by using one with really stiff valving? It would be pretty easy to make something up. I think I remember Brad Ausin (the blue Jeep in TTC last year) doing this. I think he was linked in back though. Any suggestions are welcome except for telling me to run 'em up through the floor. Here's my latest poser shot, not too bad. The pro-comps are so stiff that even without bumpstops, I couldn't force them to go inverted. It's about one or two inches vertically away from being on two wheels and yes I know the body mount pulled through.