I will have to measure the drop next time I have it jacked up. Since those pictures I have done a 1 inch cradle drop to help the CV's. That helped a lot. It appears that my springs are very close to the what would be a frame area and I thought maybe it is tapping that area? I don't think it's the shock bottoming out though. We are fixing to do some tinkering with the front end again soon. Replacing lower control arms for one. I will touch back here with an update.@Mgaylord I had some similar issues you are describing, but a substantial clunk when the wheel drops on the other side of a bump. I was especially getting it when driving off a flat surface with ~2" sudden drop. Since the (then stock) UCA could not reach the spring when jacked up, and saw no rubbing of the spring paint in that area, I figure that was not it. I became convinced it was the shock topping out due to almost no remaining downtravel and a massive amount of preload from the long/stiff coil. I still think that was the case but one can never be 100% certain. Another thing to consider is your CV joints. Your photo looks like mine did with the inner CV at an extreme angle. One concern is consistently running at that angle, another is over-angling it, and another is wearing out the boot with those rubber ribs stacked. Now, that said, I've been without swaybar for over a year and not actually had any problem with CVs. Just a caution. Your KJ is very high at 23". When you jack up the front, what does it drop to - 24"?