There may already be a thread on this, but I wanted to show what to expect when lowering an A. Since getting this car I have run the gamut on getting it lowered. The first pic is all stock front and rear with 650-16s all around. Pic 2 and 3 is with stock 36 front axle, 5 leafs with reversed eye in front, 5 leafs with reversed eye in back. 700-16s rear 5.50-16s front. Both front and back have about 1" of space between top of tires and bottom of fenders. Pic 4 is now with 4" dropped axle, 5 leafs with reversed eye. Changed to 32 spindles and reversed steering balls to upside down to clear wishbones with tierod. No change at rear from pics 2 and 3. Front tire is now tucked neatly up inside front fenders by about 1.5". Pic 5 is no change in front from pic 4 but model T rear springs, reversed eye, 5 T leafs and 1st A leaf to help locate springs in frame pocket. Rear tire is now tucked about 1" into fender. I had to lengthen my lower shock bracket 1.5", so that would be the approx. drop from A to T springs at rear. There is about 4" clearance from top of third member to bottom of frame at spring pocket. I was a little concerned about this, but put about 45 miles on today in my area where roads are pretty rough and have not bottomed yet, so feeling little better now. All this being said, I doubt you can go any lower without frame mods, which is what I was shooting for and car still rides and handles nicely. This has been a huge trial and error excercise that spanned about 6 months. Just hoping to help those that are trying to figure best way to lower their cars to whatever height they are looking for. Sorry had trouble downloading pics in order. Wanted them below but get what you get I guess.