I am currently in the process of building up "Wallace" - my 1986 FJ60. Decided to go SOA with a front shackle reversal. Stock spring packs were totally wrecked so I ordered new stock length springs from Alcan and I told them I was doing a shackle reversal. The shackle reversal kit we ordered is the same kit that Man-A-Fre sells. It is supposed to add 1.5" in the front and I figured I'd just order new shackles for the rear to compensate once everything else was complete. Wow. When the truck came off the lift the front end was about 11" over stock and the rear was only about 6 inches over stock. In order to get it out of the garage to make room for another truck we set the front end SUA and left the rear SOA. I took images of it in this SOA/SUA configuration yesterday. We are wondering what exactly to do next. Bringing the rear up would make it way to high (the rear height looks good now.) We could leave the front SUA just like it sits. However neither of these idea is sitting too well with me. Any advice would be appreciated. I did a search and found some info. about de-arching springs but was not sure how it applies to this situation where the front is so much higher than the rear. Can someone else who has done a SOA/shackle-reversal chime in please?