Hi folks - I'm new to the HAMB so please forgive me if I'm asking a question y'all have answered before. I have a 1956 Chevy 3100 truck. 383 SBC, Heidts front clip, lowered pretty significantly - the rear GM 8.5" with drums is flipped to above the stock 7 leaf springs so it sits pretty low. Generic white shock absorbers. When I hit a bump the front rides OK but the rear end goes WHAM - hard - on pretty much any bump. So I'm thinking about either putting in new monoleafs (https://www.performanceonline.com/1955-59-Chevy-GMC-Truck-Mono-Leaf-Spring-Set-Rear/) and some gas-a-just shocks OR a full TCI leaf spring suspension: https://totalcostinvolved.com/products/1955-1959-chevy-pickup-leaf-spring-kit/ The latter is definitely more work and cost - but it's not clear to me that it will make any difference replacing all the brackets. Anyone have experience with this or thoughts on the matter? My goal is street ride quality, I don't lug anything. 'Cept maybe a 6-pack of IPA... Thanks! Chris.