After toying with RideAC1`'s leaf pack, and realising he should lift the front, I came up with something in my head, wanted opinions ( Read Jey! LOL! )..
I was going to drop a truck a while back by cutting the control arms, relocating the balljoints an inch or so upwards. I was thinking of going in reverse...
Weld a 3/8ths plate on both sided of the control arm to make sure its VERY stiff..
The PROBLEMS I can't seem to think of a means to conquer.. The CV shafts in front.. they will need to be longer. The second problem will be the rack and pinion or tie-rod ends being too short but thats EASILY corrected.
I'm wondering if its possible to get a set of used CV's, cut then, find some I.D. steel tub thats strong enough, and just lengthen them... But what does one do when a wear-n-tear part ( CV shaft ) goes?!!?
I like the idea of spindles over that whole ghey RCD kit. Stacking another sub-frame setup under your vehical.. I thought the idea of lifting the bloody thing was to get ground clearence, not putting a piece of frame in the way and getting more tires in the wheelwells to increase clearence..