Thank you I agree with your statement on the radius arms you gain allot of front wheel travel with them, all in all it seams like a very good kit on my last two rancho kits I had the add a leaf that worked fine let me know the ride quality when you get a chance. Thanks againI just ordered a lift kit for my '95. I did a lot of research before choosing the Pro Comp Stage II 4 inch lift from 4 Wheel Parts. I went with the radius arm kit rather than the drop brackets that use the stock radius arms, simply because I had good luck with long arm kits vs. stock control arms on previous Jeeps that I have owned in the past. I went with the add-a-leaf/lift block option. I would have preferred going with full lift leaf springs, but that was a good bit more money. Plus, I figure if I just hate the add-a-leaf with blocks, I can always pick up some BDS full leaf springs in the future. For my purposes, right now, I think the add-a-leafs will be fine.
Here's a link to the kit I bought:
A lot depends on your budget. If you have money to spare, I'd probably give a serious look at the BDS kit. If you are on a budget, I hear good things about Rough Country, and the Bronco Graveyard kit looks pretty nice for the money as well. I went middle-of-the-road with the Pro Comp kit.
Whatever you do, CALL in before you place an order! You can talk to a real live human and ask for any discounts that do not show up online. 4 Wheel Parts took about $300 off their online "shipped to" price. I just told them I was shopping around for the best deal. and the guy really hooked me up. They want your business!
Hope this helps.