I am in the process of getting the following installed on my 1950 2dr Ford Custom Deluxe. 2.5" Drop Spindles 1.0" Drop Springs 4.0" De-arched Leaf Springs 1.0" Optional Drop Leaf Spring hangers My goal is to have the car sitting flat, or to have minimal tail drag. This should end up to be a 3.5/4, or 3.5/5 drop. I'm using Jamco and Shoebox-Central out of Oklahoma for parts. I will post a pic of the results and a rundown of the headaches. I've already found that certain additional parts are desired to have on hand if you want to do this over a weekend. This experience already pains me mentally and financially so please don't be Assy with comments. I may have some bump-stop questions if anyone has experience. My frame is slightly c-notched so that should help some, but I'm quite nervous about the rub factor on the front fenders. Hopefully this process will continue to suck and someone else can learn how to save money on their project. If I had to pick a catch phrase, it would be something like, if I can't drive it soon I'm just going to throw it away.