I have a 99 durango I bought for camping and I was looking to fit bigger tires on it. Its IFS so while there is an actual lift kit for them its $1500, so what everyone seems to do is a torsion crank/shackle lift or a body lift. Cranking up the torsion bars is more of a "show mod" than an actual offroad mod because ride,handling, and suspension travel all suffer, not to mention the extra angle places alot more stress on everything in the front suspension. However, the rear shackle lift is functional, because it increases wheel travel. I'm not overly thrilled with the idea of a body lift anyway because your essentially putting the body on stilts, Longer bolts on the body lift exert more leverage on all the captive nuts in the body which could result in them ripping or tearing out of the body. So with that as my reasoning, and because I always "spend $9 on a 9c problem", I was thinking of using a shackle in the rear and then making a tapered body lift that goes 2" up front to 0 in the back. Rather than putting the body on stilts like a body lift why not just cut and weld the middle body mounts higher up on the frame? A weld is much stronger than a chunk of plastic, and it gets the body mounts up and out of the way of tires and offroad obstacles. Initially I would just cut a normal body lift to make the taper and see how it drives with less caster, and if I like it I could make the change permanent. Anyone ever relocated body mounts higher up on the frame rather than use a body lift? Its alot of work for 2" I'll give you that, but I hate the concept of a body lift, or aluminum wheel spacers for basically the same reason.