I have almost the same problem.
I have Koni Yellow's with deleted bump stops and I'm still not sitting on tire. Might need to trim my air lift rear sleeve cups to go a bit lower, otherwise I don't know what else is holding me up.
Ive had some luck trimming the bump stop right to the sweet spot where it barely holds things up but also keeps that banging noise down. Mine are cut almost right down the middle, cut off wheel works great. As far as getting a littlee lower heres some pics of some mason tech brackets that I sectioned out. I could have took more out but I didnt want to cut the spring perch out.
Our cars are a hobby and a passion that's ment to be fun. Drive them and enjoy them because that's what they're built for (Jamie Simms)
no nipple, previously destroyed the body for airlifts that i never ended up running, and modified d-cup upper mounts
would have loved to do this before i cut for the airlifts
figured i'd throw this in here to give people some ideas if they ever wanted to ditch airlifts...
Man I get to use this pic twice in like 5 minutes. Run an inverted AH2 with a notch for the fitting. I have had this setup since 2009 with no problems. Literally can't get any lower. I know this is an IRS however you should be able to run a similar setup with a Mk4 beam.
what is this i hear about people using a air hammer to beat in some space for your tie rods has anyone done that and can shed some light? tie rods on next on my list