I have a 1985 M1009 that I want to add a little lift to. Currently running on OLD springs and new 33" tires. Plan to keep the tires for now, but will switch to at least 36" when the run out. So here is my plan. 1. ORD Steering Box Brace Kit. http://offroaddesign.com/catalog/steeringkit.htm 2. ORD Rear Shackle Flip Kit & Super Shackles http://offroaddesign.com/catalog/shacklekit.htm http://www.offroaddesign.com/catalog/hdREARshackles.htm 3. ORD UBolt Reversal Kit http://www.offroaddesign.com/catalog/uboltreversal.htm 4. Tuff Country 2" Lift Springs (Rear) http://offroaddesign.com/catalog/TuffCountry.htm 5. Tuff Country 6" HD Lift Springs (Front) http://offroaddesign.com/catalog/TuffCountry.htm 6. ORD Swaybar Disconnect/Correction Kit http://offroaddesign.com/catalog/swaybarkit.htm 7. ORD Extended Braided Stainless Brake Lines http://offroaddesign.com/catalog/braidedbrakelines.htm 8. Rancho RS9000 Shocks all around I will also get a Drop Pitman Arm to correct steering and I think I will need a kit to drop the mounting for the TCase (Correct???) The way I figured it, the Rear Shackle Flip gives me 4" of lift and the 2" rear springs brings it up to a total of 6" lift in the rear. Then the 6" springs up front levels it out to 6" all around. I went with the Rancho's because I can adjust the stiffness. My goal is to build this up to something that can drive 800+ miles on the highway and hit the trails at my destination. So, onroad safety and comfort are a major concern, but I don't want to limit my offroad ability. Did I figure this all out correctly? Does it make sense to you? What would you do different or what am I missing?