I have two seperate situations here, one a question and one a thought. 1. Why have the machinists who make the disc brake conversion brackets not added a few inches more on their brackets to accomadate a mechanism like the all-pro offroad toy t/case ebrake. If one was added just under the caliper on the bracket you could just hook up the stock ebrake cables to the lever and have an ebrake with your disc brakes. (Maybe it would not have enough stopping power, but the driveshaft ebrake on my brothers Toy works OK and it has more gearing to overcome to stop the vehicle than if it was right at the wheel) 2. Has anyone taken the ORD shackle reversal kit and put it on backwards on a K5 with the 52 in. rear springs? And instead used 56 in. rear springs. I think it would be close enough to work with just slightly longer than stock rear shackles. I know it would move my axle back 2 inches, not a problem. I ask this so I don't blow $300 on 2 or 4 inch lift rear springs (56 inch) only to find my idea didn't work? If anyone has any ideas on either of these please respond. Thanks, Michael.