A big thanks to the HAMB tech weeks and Tuck's truck build thread for the inspiration to make me try this. I've been collecting parts to put together a traditional styled Model T rpu on a Model A chassis. Today reversing the spring eyes on both front and rear was the project. Doing the front spring was easy, I use to re-arch springs in the alignment shop in my early 20's. Seeing Tuck do the Model T spring on his truck gave me the stones try it myself. Starting to straighten the rear leaf, notice the outline on the plywood. Using the hydraulic press to coax it in to moving. Don't push a bunch at once, little by little. Did you know a Model A rear spring all flattened is 52" long? Eyes reversed and back on the line. It took about 2 hours. The leaves still need some massaging but this step being done feels huge.