I'm getting close to purchasing an FJ40, so I've been doing a lot of reading lately. I've got a few questions about lifting FJ40s. The general consensus seems to be that (for trail use), a spring over conversion is the best lift option. The Skyjacker kit seems to be the best non-soa lift. My questions deal mainly with tire clearance with these lifts. From what I've read, a 4" Skyjacker lift will clear 33s for sure. Some say it will also clear 35s, some say it won't. Aside from trimming the rear fender, will the 4" Skyjacker lift clear 35s (under flex on the trail)? Eventually, I'd like to build the rig up to where I can run 38s. I don't think a soa with stock springs will clear 38s, will it? In all my reading, I've never heard of anyone doing a soa with skyjacker leafs. Why wouldn't I want to do an soa with 2.5" skyjackers? Is there a better way to gain the clearance after the soa conversion? Thanks for the info.