well partially right, at this moment don't have all height that springs give because I still have the stock shocks limiting the suspension.
the reason os because I will put some spacer to compensate the loosing when Customized bumpers will be instales + the winch and will need larger shocks and dont' want double work.
after changing the shocks will have more height/flex.
You will break your inner and outer front driveshaft CV joints if you stretch them too much. A case of more is not necessarily better.
You ARE limited in how much flex you can get from the front suspension angles
If you want to get more travel, then get custom fabricated some longer upper and lower wishbones and leave the original distance between the lower inner wishbone chassis mount and the point at which our "saddle" now bolts to ("<" to "||"), extending the distance from the saddle point to the steering knuckle ball joint (from "||" to "X", to "||" to ">")
ie. Lower wishbone.
(I hope you understand the diagram)
New halfshaft axles will also be needed, as will heavier springs and mods to the steering (lengthened TRE's).
More work, but a better result.