The '32 chassis for my pickup project is all mocked up and I love the stance, but the wishbone barely clears my flathead pan under the starter area. There is no room for suspension travel. I really do not want to split or modify the wishbone. I plan to add the 4 leaves I've removed back to the front spring, but even with all of them installed I'm only going to have somewhere around 1/4" of clearance between the wishbone and pan. Depending on how much this raises the front end, I'll probably change out the current 4" dropped axle with one that has a 5" drop to make up for the additional leaves and get the stance back down to where it is now. I've searched around and have found a couple of threads where guys have mentioned trimming their pans for clearance, but have found no details. So I am looking for opinions, pros/cons, things to watch for, etc before I take a cut off wheel to this area and start carving. Any advice would be appreciated...thanks.