Well here it goes - I have a 1993 sport 4x4 equipped with oem motor and suspension components, m5r1. I've rebuilt the front end minus springs, shocks, sway bar, body mounts (which I'm going to do with the lift). I had bought new progressive springs before I decided to put the v8 in, but read that I'd need a 2 inch lift in order for the 302 to fit properly. I also have a wrecked 90s f150, equipped with a rebuilt (roller) 302 4x4 5 speed standard cab that I'm going to use as the donor. Now, what I've read is that I can achieve this 2 inch lift by using f150 coil seats and modifications to the rear. The rear end will have disc brakes and new gears once I get the 302 and the lift installed. I haven't bought anything for the actual engine conversion, yet, or the rear end. Finally, what I'm saying is - where I live I have horrible internet service, and I'm using a phone to research, so I need help with what to do about the suspension (I'll be surprised if this even posts) so please don't slam me for not using the search bar, cause I've been trying that route for the last few years ha Do I use the progressive springs with the f150 spring seats, or buy other springs? Which shocks should I use for the front and back? What would you do for the rear (on the cheap but safely) to achieve lift? I like a stiff suspension... Any other advice is welcome at this point.. Thanks in advance..