Doing a bit of future research for the wagon...It currently runs pretty flat springs - although I don't know if they are or are not oem - they are at least in the ballpark if oem replacements, but a bit flat/sagging. It currently has 225/75/15 tires (about 28" diameter) on 15x8 aftermarket rims. At one time, it seems Rancho may have made a spring kit for the wagon, but that appears to have gone away, and custom springs seems to be the only way to get a lift (besides arching oem replacements - which is not my preference). Been chatting with Alcan spring here in Colo, and they have the specs for the vehicle weight etc (and have made them for wagons previously), but trying to decide how much additional arch over oem is needed (this is how they request the information be given to them). My ultimate goal is to run a 235/85/16 tire (31.7" diameter) on a 16x7 rim (0 offset, 4 inch backspacing), trying to determine how much additional arch is needed - as I am guessing my current springs are a bit flat. I think I need about 3-4 inch of lift over what I have now, but compared to oem specs for the springs, that is probably more like 2.5 inch of lift, and I think the oem set-up could have run a 29" tire. I think the old Rancho kit was a 2-2.5 inch lift. If necessary, I could add a slightly longer shackle (say 0.5-1") if absolutely necessary, although this is not a trail rig like the cj5, and maxing out flex is unlikely. Making sure there is appropriate clearance at the rear fenderwell is the hardest part. I could be a bit more conservative, ask for 2" lift/arch over oem, and run a 215/85/16 (this would be about a 30.5" tire and a bit narrower, but given the overall size of the wagon, I think 32s is more the size - just not sure if its plausible with the spring lift and wider tire that comes with the 235s. Am I on the right track....thoughts, pics?