Okay, the day has finally come where I can report something that looks like a car and sits like a car! Now I just need to make it DRIVE like a car! Quick trip to Vegas this weekend for some family business and some quick thrashing time and it was just enough to get it rolling under it's own weight. Lots of work in a short amount of time, but here's what it looks like... The butt is low from the spring reversal. In fact, if I hadn't had reversed the eyes, I think it would have sat perfectly level at 5-inches or so. Unfortunately I came out with 4-inches just below the kick up. Looks awesome, but I won't be leaving it that way. As you can see, the 4-bar rear suspension is also not close to level. Also a result of reversing the eyes on the spring. The good news is that the modification DID fix the interference problem I had. Here's what the spring pack looked like before deciding which leaves to pull out. I ended up taking three leaves out and spaced it accordingly. BIG mistake! It's way too soft now. When I sit in the car it completely tilts to that side! LOL! I know I'm not the most fit guy in the world, but DAMN! I don't think I'm over weight or anything! HAA! So, leaves will have to go back in or this car is going to ride too soft and have too much body roll. On another note related to the spring. Since the spring tool I made was designed to catch the eyes in the stock direction I could no longer use it without modifications. I decided to ditch it for now and just mounted the spring in the crossmember and used large c-clamps to pull the eyes up to the shackles. PAIN IN THE A$$! More in a bit... dinner is ready!