I am going to swap out my 6 inch lift for a bigger one and im not sure how I want to do it. Heres what im sure of: I want to keep my stock rear springs and the add a leafs and add one more leaf to each side, Im getting a shackle reversal kit and throwing my blocks out, and I want new front springs. I cant decide on how much lift to go with-8,9,or 10 inches, or possibly a 9/8 or 10/9, the front being an inch higher. Ive noticed the new front springs settle quite a bit with use so the inch higher in the front might be the way to go. Ive come up with several ways to achieve these lifts and cant decide what to go with. Heres what im sure of: Im installing the shackle reversal kit for 4 inches of lift, plus my add a leafs which is 2, then im adding another set of add a leafs to equal an 8 inch lift. For the front, im installing a new spring pack either 8 inch or 10 inch. I really would like to have 9 or 10 inches since im going to all the trouble of doing this anyway. My questions involve using Offroad Design's 1 inch add a leaf block. I could use this in a few different ways: for the front with 8 inch springs for a 9/8 inch lift or for both front and back for a 9 inch lift, or for the back only for 9 in the back and use 10 inch front springs. Most of my worries come from my driveshafts and steering problems though. Im wondering if my driveshafts will be angled correctly with each combination and what steering modifications I will need with an 8,9,or 10 inch lift. I dont want to have to deal much with pinion angles and caster angles or anything like that. If anyone can enlighten me on any of this please do so.