G'day folks, Hope I'm finding all our fellow Hot Rodders & Customizers in good spirit and health. I've got a '30 model A Coupe which I'm beginning the process of transforming into a traditional early 50's style AV8. One of the more important facets of the car for me is its stance. For now it will remain with fenders, therefore I'd like a nice tuck of the pie crust of the firestones bias plys I'm going to run, just like the Coupe pictured. I'll be running 6.00 x 16" firestone bias plys on the front and 7.50 x 16" on the rear. Most Rods are running 5.50's or 5.25's on the front and hence I'm struggling to find particular advice for what inch axle drop and what leaf spring configuration to run in order to achieve the right stance on the front end with 6.00 x 16'' size tyres. IN SUMMARY I'd appreciate anyone that is running the same front end set-up I'm after to assist with some advice/guidance to achieve this... E.g, Axle height, axle width, leaf spring configuration... Many thanks, HC.