I agree that it will be hard to know until you choose your equipment and install it.
We have a Jayco Alante that we added leaf springs and a spacer too in order to stop its dragging through driveways. Our Jeep wrangler unlimited rubicon has a 3 inch lift on it. We had a Rock Hard 4×4 Patriot Aluminum Front Bumper (https://www.rockhard4x4.com/product_p/rh-5045.htm
) placed on it with integrated mounting brackets for our chosen tow bar.
We chose the Roadmaster Blackhawk 2 All Terrain bar (10K bar) as we often boon dock and wanted something a little more rugged. (We found a half priced used tow bar so no link for it)
Our jeep stops via the Stay and Play Duo system by Demco. (https://www.demco-products.com/rv-to...y-in-play-duo/
The whole system works seamlessly and is quick to hook up and take down even by one person. My wife regularly hooks it up with no stress or trouble all by herself. She never wanted to touch the travel trailer hook ups on the last RV.
The hitch needed no drop down, since the two vehicles aligned well as they were. (The All Terrain bar is very forgiving on angles) My coach sits higher in the rear than any precept (After up grades)I've seen so depending on the height of the brackets on the jeep I'b be surprised if a drop is required, but all installs are a little different.