Current up travel limits are radiator on the passenger side and where I have the driver motor mount on the other side, will hit the front shaft (not currently installed). So for my setup frame is fine, for now. I might need to deal with frame like you did once I find a shorter radiator but probably will be limited by the shaft/mount contact on the driver side for ever. But that stuffs the 35s to just about to rub with the current tires, but clears fender etc. Basically I'm at all my limits for current hardware, happy accident.:heart: You're going to love this at highway speed.
Throw a coil in there & check again because as the axle rotates through the travel the coil bows forward and you don't want it to touch sometimes (like mine does).
Crank the steering hard passenger and flex to full stuff passenger full droop driver the panhard will need a small bite taken out of the frame just forward of the passenger coil tower.
I do have to be careful how I Rotate the spring or it hits the track bar, I have to put the half coil in the front so it angle back a hair and then it seems to clear all the time.
I also gave up after 2 days of no swaybar and knocked out some brackets. The currie spring rate is so much softer than the old rough country stuff, along with the more flexy non binding suspension and the Jeep would change lanes letting on and off the throttle just from the engine twist :laugh::banghead: Have had it up to about 70 so far, that's pretty much redline in 5th with the 4.10s and I like it, but it has also been 3 years so forget how it handled before. Friends little lift/33s TJ is coming in tomorrow to check his heater core so I"ll get to test a stock setup to compare.
Have 3/4" spacers that just showed up for the rear since it currently sits with with a tiny squat and I can't stand it but I think I'm nearing the limits of how much I can rotate the axle for proper pinion angle with the flush tummy tuck I have.. Time to cut her in half and stretch to LJ length.