In my endless T roadster project my banjo rear sets incredibly close to the chassis and I can't use the traditional radius rods to stabilize the rear off the torque tube as is typical, (and the way Henry did it). I've ended up fabbing some simple angle braces that I think will do the job. They are .250 mild steel with grade 8 bolts. All holes were reamed in place to near zero tolerance so there is no slop in this setup. With the very short torque tube, about 34", I think this will lock the rear in pretty nice. Obviously the welding is not finished. My question is, Has anyone done something like this before and how did it work? I'm definitely more comfortable with this setup than the 6" or so drops I would need to run a pair of radius rods under the frame, not to mention the related road clearance issues.