So, I've rebuilt my fair share of front suspensions through the years, most being of the standard IFS variety, with a few I-beam king pin set-ups, as well. I feel fairly comfortable, for the most part, when dealing with suspensions. However, going through all the threads and posts regarding bump stops and track bar bracket clearances and whatnot has me feeling a little intimidated. Every time I think something makes total sense to me, another post pops up that gets my head to spinning. One of the things I'd like to accomplish is having as many of the potentially necessary parts on hand when I begin the project. I've not heard a lot about spring isolators (I've heard them called insulators, as well...not sure which is correct). I'm not against buying new ones, as I'm going to be knee-deep in the project, anyways. Any recommendations? Also, being that I only have the OME springs, and not a "kit", what else should I be looking for? I have the shocks already that are correct for the lift (according to many forum members). I have no issue with buying a JKS Adjustable rear TB and relocation bracket, if it's advisable. Even if it's a 50/50 chance that I'll need one, I'd just as soon get it and be done with it. But the whole bump stop thing is where I'm a little lost. Rokmen has a kit that I think would be great, though I guess I'd need two (front & rear)... https://www.rokmen.com/variable-height-bump-stop-spacers.html# However, in looking at these, they appear to be nothing more that T6061 round stock cut to 1/2", 3/4", 1.00" and 2.00" spacers. Where I work, I'll bet I could slip my buddy $75 and get him to make me up a set or two. Any ideas as to the outside diameter of these things? If I had to venture a guess, I'd say from looking at the pictures they were roughly 2.500" diameter. Thoughts?