Lift procedure. Nothing too different from install, just wanted to share.
First off, 2nd gens and drive line vibes are hit or miss to the angle change. I decided to take angle measurements of the stock angle so that if I did experience vibes coming from the drive line I could at least use spacers on the carrier bearing to get the ° back to stock.
I used my grandpas coil compressor (homemade...he's an old school mech). Not as scary as those autozone compressors but still.
On the rear I added the Icon 3-leaf progressive aal for 1.5" of lift. I'll admit I really don't like stock rake so I went with a bit of bro lean. Not to mention this aal rides really smooth, I recommend it over the single leaf aal.
Didn't change out the rear shocks since I'm still debating on what to run back there.
ANOTHER thing I recommend to get rid of the dreaded "squeaky leafs" is adding pieces of bicycle tube in between the leafs. Looks ghetto, but works.