I'd strongly recommend making sure you do NOT get OME heavy springs and making sure you get the lightweight ones. The OME struts in the front are worth the money to me... much beefier than the elcheapo Napa specials. I'd also recommend the OME rears over the DoestchTechs. They are valved for the lighter suzuki.
As for using a strut drop spacer in the front... I'd do it. Struts don't like being topped out, and lift springs with a 1inch spacer will occasionally do so. Someone on here sells em, wild child maybe? Cool design.
Be aware, my strut mount failed at 2-3k miles post lift with 165k on the vehicle. 10$ fix at junkyard, I think 50$ new.
Bilstein struts are another option, but they are no longer than stock.
If you aren't going 30 inches+ I'd skip the spacers, buy new OME springs and buy bilsteins instead of ome struts. I'd keep their rears as they are longer . Still need arm spacer for the rear though.
Don't put toooooooooo heavy of a spring... think oldschool go kart.
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4.5in Low Range Offroad combo Lift
2.25 Piping with Magnaflow exhaust and cat
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