OK so I’ve looked through past threads I notice topic has been talked about a lot but I could not find the answer specific to my question. I have a 1935/36 Ford banjo rear end with the stock long radius rods (trimmed down some for frame attachment) —- currently I have them split. I am going to be running an open driveshaft and a 1940 flathead with Ford 3 speed top loader I was originally going to run the rear radius rods to the frame. After researching and realizing that it’s better to have the radius rods triangulated back almost to where they attached to the stock torque tube I am changing my plans. I have fabricated an idea to use the Model A stock crossmember and build a platform to mount the radius rods to (see attached photos). Cardboard will be 1/4” plate. I plan to use the tie rod ends and 7degree fittings as seen in photos. Do you think this application will work and keep the rear end just as happy as Henry had intended minus the torque tube? thanks.