I'm installing a '37 Ford rear end in a modified model A frame using a Model A transverse spring and a T-5 trans. The angle of the transmission tail shaft is 3 degrees down. How do I get the pinion angled 3 degrees up without getting a lot of bind in the spring shackles? There is no correction built in to the rear crossmember and I'd like to stay with the original Ford spring hangers. I'm using hairpin radius rods similar to a ladder bar set up to set the pinion angle. Short of heating and bending the spring hangers by 3 degrees, does any one have any ideas?