All, I'm looking for suggestions and alternatives and what other people have done. I have a 1940 Ford Pickup. The build thread is around here somewhere.... The front has a 4" stock width dropped width axle and Posies spring with reverse eye (about 2-2.5" more drop, for about 4-4.5" total). Wheels are 16x4" originals with 550X16 firestone wide white bias tires. The ride height is perfect. It's low, but has enough ground clearance to get in my driveway, on/off trailer, etc. Perfect rake with the rear. No problems. The problem is in steering. I don't have the stops and box fully adjusted, but I have almost no range of motion in the steering before interference with the fender on the front side of the tire. Back side does not get contacted before the front. Travel doesn't seem to be a problem nor does inner fender clearance. I know these tires are tall at about 27". I'm using a GM 525 steering box. Going to a narrower/shorter tire (450X16 which are 26" tall) gets me probably a .5" of additional clearance. I'm not sure that's enough. I could go to a 15" wheel and even shorter tire. A 550-15 is about 26" tall. That'd be about the same as a 450-16 though. Or, I could get a posie or other spring with a standard eyelet and pick up about 2" of ride height. I have to do some measuring to see just how much I need. I want to get as low as possible but have decent steering obviously. What are others running? How did you make it work? THANKS!