I have seen many a thread regarding the change over to an open driveline on Buicks equipped with torque tube drivelines. Many have suggested using a triangulated 4 link coil suspension. I have no issues doing that, but it seems quite intensive in cost and labor. My question is: Has anyone used the trailing arm 2 link suspension from a 60-72 Chevy pickup? It seems that it would be easy to accomplish, since the trailing arms would only have to have a crossmember to attach the front of the trailing arms. Hot rods to hell sells a crossmember for this purpose that might just need to be welded to frame or something like this. The rear end of the Buick might be able to be used, as it has a place for the radius rods to bolt to (Trailing arms would go there). And the torque tube can be removed from the carrier. There is a possibility of replacing the pinion with a Pontiac or Olds part that has a place for a flange. If this doesn't workout, then the Chevy pickup rear end would probably work just fine. Both used Panhard bars, so this should be simple too. Any thoughts?