I caught an episode of that Americarna show the other day as well as some history of Appalachia program with Billy Ray Cyrus (Hillbilly - The Real Story, I think) that both went into a little detail about bootlegger cars and their suspension. They foucsed on the springs mainly, which was cool but pretty specific to load hauling. What got my interest was the discussion of what they were doing with the shocks. They mentioned using the knee action houdaille shocks in conjunction with the then new tube shocks but didn't show an example. This leaves me to wonder how they did it and if it could (or should) be applied to a hot rod build. The impression I was left with was that they were adding the tube shock in place of the dog bone. Does anybody know anything about this stuff?