So as I was driving home today, I started thinking about different ways to do SAS on my yukon. Instead of doing the usual leaf-spring conversion, why not do a long arm conversion? Not only would that completely eliminate buying anything from Off Road Unlimited ( ), but it would be way cool. What do yall have to say about this? I haven't researched this at all, but why couldn't I run a system like www.claytonoffroad.com 's hard arm system, a set of 94-01 Dodge 1-ton springs, and weld on some F-250 shock mounts? Any thoughts? EDIT: So I was really running late when I posted this, and didn't really go into detail. The Clayton system is a long-arm conversion for Jeeps. It's basically a long lower control arm that has a short adjustable UCA mounted about halfway down the LCA. It's not quite a true 4-link set-up, but it flexes like one and it's much easier to set up. Making the steering and trac bar would require a bit more thought, but as far as the suspension goes, I don't see why this isn't done more often. As for the coil springs (yes, that's what I meant), how is the Dodge upper spring mounted? Anyone have pictures?