Hokey ass brothers and sisters, I'm building a '40 Chevy sedan, and I'm mounting the leading end of the leaf springs inside the frame rails, as opposed to beneath them, to eliminate, or at least reduce, the need to use lowering blocks to lower the rear ride height. I think it may also improve handling. In any case, locating the attachment point inside the frame rails makes the springs much less parallel to each other. The difference between the width of the leading and trailing ends of the springs is 8 inches. If it matters, the springs and differential are from a '73 Nova. Anyone have experience doing this? Any negative effects? Positive effects? Innovative Rod Shop sells kits to do this so I'm thinking non-parallel is probably not an issue but I'd like the real-world expereince of guys and gals who have been there and done that. Thanks!