Bringing the axle closer to the frame by reversing the eyes on an A spring, or using a T spring still brings the axle closer to the frame. Same result in a sedan. Bottom out with a 200+ pound adult/adults in the back. If you kick up the frame right in front of the crossmember say 2 inches and then work with an A spring, your axle is farther away from the crossmember for bottoming out on the frame, but the body appears to be lower. Or.... you don't ride with any adults in the back. Only kids and good looking skinny women. (I'm confident you'll put the good looking skinny women up front next to you though, right?) If you have the T spring, just try that first and see how you like it. Easy change and easy to change back. Take an hour, remove your rear wheels, jack up the rear end, remove the four bolts holding the A spring to the frame, un-do the shackles, put the T spring in there and bolt it all back together. It should take you 2 hours tops if you're working really slow and taking breaks.