Folks, I'm running front 4" 3-leaf springs on my '87. I assume they are Tuff-Country Ez-Ride springs due to the very soft rate and number of leaves. http://coloradok5.com/springratetable.shtml Shocks are Rancho 5012's on cut-down Ford Superduty towers. Bump stops are set ~3" from the spring plate pads to keep the shocks from bottoming out with the low lift. So here's the deal. The front suspension is entirely too soft with a BBC and winch on the front. I regularly hit the bump stops on road much less off road. Of course it flexes great and has plenty of droop on the trail. I would move the towers up and increase the bump spacing but the springs would go into negative arch. So, here's the Q: What's the group recommendation for stock length front springs w/BBC and winch up front to firm up the ride but preserve articulation for what amounts to a dual purpose vehicle?