At their lowest setting (where we ran them) the rear coil spacers give a 2-inch lift. The fronts at their lowest are 2.5 inches. Notice the factory bumpstop making contact with the coil bucket. At this position, the 4-inch Bilstein 5100 (PN F4-BE5-6242-H5) had about 5/8-inch of shaft travel left. The setup allows for insane droop, but the bumpstop's lowered position only allows for about 2.5-3 inches of uptravel at ride height.