4. We wanted the Jeep to sit as low as possible for the benefit of stability and performance. Generally, your tires will be the major limiting factor to achieving a low stance, but in our case, the 44-inch Pit Bull Rockers had plenty of breathing room. The extremely tall third member and Ouverson pinion brake, on the other hand, rests very close to the engine, frame, and radiator at ride height, so proper bumpstop placement was crucial. We built bumpstop contact pads on the axle to offer a solid place for each to hit and not become damaged. Be sure to factor in the amount that the bumpstop collapses, as not all are alike. Our Daystars compressed a little over one inch.