Thank you for the detailed response Lauren !
Not looking to make extensive modification so the 245/75/16 or 30.5" and a 2 " lift is the way to go.The 30.5 gets .75" of height under the rear axle?
I would have spend more money on performance . The full spring replacement kit by OME or skyjacker seams logical. The flaw of the spacers is they tighten up the springs at rest?
You are welcome. Yes, you would get 3/4 inch under the rear diff by running 245/75/16's. However, the rest of the Jeep would be 2.5 + 3/4 inches higher with an OME lift kit, so you get that much extra room under the front axle and better break over angles because of more height directly under the vehicle. It makes a big difference. Again, almost all of us on LOST recommend OME for a 2.5 inch lift (even though it is advertised as 1.5 inches, it actually gives you more). Few people have posted positive experiences with Daystar, Skyjacker, Rock Krawler, Rough Country, Rocky Road Outfitters, Teraflex, and others like them. Spacer lifts may get by on a solid axle Wrangler, but they don't work well on an independent front suspension Liberty. An OME, Ironman, or JBA full suspension lift will actually improve the Liberty's ride and last longer too. Better to do it right the first time and save money and aggravation in the long run.
2008 Liberty Sport 4x4 AutomaticJeepin By Al 4" Lift Kit
Goodyear Wrangler Duratracs 245/75/R16
Full MOPAR skid plates
Rock Lizard Skink Super Sliders
AtTheHelm Front Recovery SystemTrailer build thread: viewtopic.php?f=72&t=77997