When I bought my Galaxie one of the previous owners had had a "shop" bag the front of it. The whole setup was a nightmare and I've replaced just about every component that they used as well as doing the rear. The last problem is the fab work done on the front. The car sits way too low when aired out, and is inoperable. With it sitting on the frame you can actually lift the front wheels off the ground by hand. Most of the bag stroke is used just to get the car off the frame, which is a major pain in the ass. The first couple of pics show how they did the upper mount. The next couple of pics show what it looks like with a bag installed and aired up to 120 PSI! The lower mounting is simple and consists of the plate simply being welded to the lower control arm. When the car is aired out the bags are straight up and down and the bow doesn't occur until you air it up. As you can see in the pics they did a very crude job of trimming the pocket out, and even with the RE7's that were in it when I bought it there was a rub issue. Obviously it's a lot worse with the dominators, so I will be taking an angle grinder to it too clean it up further and buy me some clearance in the front. My main concern is correcting the stroke distance. I don't care about "laying frame". I've got about 2" of clearance in the back when aired out, and I'd like to do that with the front as well, so that the only reason to lift is for additional clearance. I figure that upper cups are the way to go, but I'm not sure how to measure how tall they need to be or at what angle they need to be cut. Anyone?