Robert B previously posted:
"i can help you with this but would need to know if you have done anything on it and the big one is where are you worried about rolling wheeling or street?"
What have I done to it? Just a SAS with SOA. On the street with the front sway bar connected, it is quite sure footed. No concerns there.
Leaving the the front sway bar connected on the trail isn't a great option because where it got relocated to limits my steering (inside tire sidewall rubs sway bar). With it disconnected, I have lock-to-lock capability.
the front uses Rubicon Express 5.5" XJ springs. The back uses Chevy 1500 '63" springs' with Explorer lift shackles.
I might try try some Chevy 3/4 ton springs with OE shackles. That way I lose a little lift with the shackle but the springs should bring it back up. And in the front some type of OME spring with about the same height but a higher spring rate.
The path to my current setup was not a straight line. If I knew I was going to end up here, I would not have done the body lift. But such is life.
Stiffer shocks I don't think would do anything because they can't stop lean, they just slow it down. This could be beneficial for a lean caused from bounce, but a slow steady state tip needs a stiffer spring to help control it.