Ok I have some photos for you guys! My apologies for the delay.
I moved my perches around a little, trimmed the rear ones up and was happy with how everything looked. My springs did flatten out quite a bit more than expected, leaving me less room between the springs and frame than I was hoping for. I figured without a lot of frame notching it would be tough to make work so I mounted it up spring over. I may reverse the spring eyes to come down a bit more yet.
I had ubolts bent planning to SUA, I used them for mounting SOA but wrapped them around the lower perches instead of the axle. I am undecided if I should notch the lower for the ubolt to sit into, or box the upper and lower perches together and leave a little hanging off each side to "trap" the bolts from sliding off.. or just getting new ubolts. Thoughts?
Currently the perches are drilled 1.5 back to move the axle ahead and I am sitting 7" farher ahead than factory.
My lifted ifs was sitting at 23" center hub to fender lip if I remember correctly and my previous 33s rubbed. SOA center axle to fender lip I am at 29"(6" over previous) with around 7" of space between frame and springs. If I reverse the eyes it should bring me down 1-2", still undecided.
I am thinking about picking up a set of 35x10r15 TSL SXII's for the snowflakes I scored awhile back.
I will be picking up some parts from my buddy by Sunday. Him and I have both been busy. I am picking up a Toyota steering box, marlin hysteer arms, fj80 TRE's, some DOM for steering links and a knuckle seal kit.
My next bit of time I get in the shop will be spent cleaning up the frame, reinforcing the front mount, making some spring clamps, cutting off the steering stabilizer mount and getting the axle back together.