Make sure you get an alignment first. Once you lower your front to get the proper gap for your bumpstops; your alignment will be out of wack and the chalk test is pointless. But what Prime said on the chalk test is on point since all tires are a little different on pressure when it comes to the...
Get the OEM bumpstops from the dealer. The 40psi you are running in your tires is not helping either. Need to drop the pressure some. I bet that dash sounds great chattering every time you hit a pothole.
Oh, yeah, that will ride horrid! You need that 1/2" bumpstop gap from the OEM bumpstop height. All you are doing is slamming on the poly low profile bumpstop. The OEM rubber bumpstop will compress to the same height as the poly low profile bumpstop and be much more tolerable hitting.
Tire size: 33/10.50/15
Tire: Dick Cepek Extreme Country
Wheel: OE 15" Pathfinder Lego
Wheel BS: 5"
Spacers: .75" Bora on rear
Cutting required: major plastic cutting on front
Other mods required: none
Lift on truck: 3" SL both sway bars removed
.75" spacers required to clear frame and body in...