I set the 14 bolt axle in place last night. The front Dana 44 is sitting on 4" lift springs. The rear springs are stock and right now there is a 4" block in place that was used with the Blazer's original axle. I made the spring perches about 1" taller than the stock ones but as it sits now the rear is to high compared to the front. The below pic doesn't show the stance very well - I will have to move the 69 so I can get a full side shot. From the ground to the bottom of the rear wheel well lip is 43 3/4". From the ground to the bottom of the front wheel well lip is 41 1/2". Sure looks like a 2" lift block instead of the 4" lift block would get it sitting right. Also, when the hard top comes off, do I remember that the rear will raise roughly 1" due to the loss of weight? I like the stance of the following rigs that I've seen pics of recently: Burt4x4, 70jimmy, Canadian Trailblazer, vtblazer's blue rig. Can any of you get me measurements like what I posted above to see roughly what I want to shoot for?