If your 94 has the stock springs on it, then any aftermarket springs, to include OME's "Zero Lift" springs are going to lift your truck a bit. Coils sag, and yours are 18 years old.
Coil spacers are the most exact way to get the amount of lift you're looking for, but your ride will only improve as much as the shocks you purchase help it, unless you're riding on your bump stops.
OME springs feel much better than tired stock springs. My seat of the pants assessment was that the truck felt much more planted, even in corners. I am running the 2.5" lift with a spacer up front with my 33's (285/75R16's) and if I were to do it over again I might consider just running the 0" lift with the same tire size. I would expect that to lift have lifted my truck roughly an inch or so, right around the height you're talking about.
You really don't need a lift to run 33's on these.
Last edited by yohavos; 05-17-2012 at 12:56 AM.
1997 FZJ80 Wagon