Just found this thread...
To the OP, the Toytec
coilovers are awesome for the price! I've never run spacers, but I hear they suck - just really rough. The TT coilovers are just a little firmer than stock, but barely noticeable.
I have the All Pro
bumper on, but haven't installed the winch yet... I'm waiting to do the winch and my skids at the same time so that I only have to adjust the coilovers once. But, that's the awesome thing about the coilovers - they're adjustable!! I'm expecting to have my front end drug down around an inch once I add the winch and skids. Then, just crank the coilovers right back up!
Also, keep in mind that the coilover conversion kit will not work with the factory shocks.
If you decide to go the OME route (which I hear are awesome springs) go ahead and pony up for the OME shocks as well. They're valved specifically for those springs so they'll give you the best ride. And if you plan to run a new bumper and winch, get the 886 springs. I believe that's the setup that silverback07 runs...
And I think you mentioned something about the TSB springs... It's not gonna take them a couple of years to settle - rather only a couple thousand miles. I initially got almost a full 1" of lift, but now they've settled to about .5" higher than the non-TSB springs. I still haven't lifted my rear end because I plan to replace the entire spring pack with the OME Dakars, but right now, my front sits just a touch higher than the back. About .5".
And yes, to run 285/75s on stock rims, you'll need to run spacers. Otherwise you'll rub your UCAs at full lock in reverse. Once the spacers are installed, you'll have some minor trimming to do, but it's really easy. Took me about 5 minutes with my dremmel. For spacers, stick with the Spidertrax. They're out of stock frequently because they are so good! Just be patient - they're worth the wait!
One last thing... I'm not completely sure on this one, but I think that the stock UCA might hit the new springs at full droop. But somebody correct me here...