Alright, get the picture: '79 k10, 8" front springs, ORD shackles and crossover steering. Fender trimming to clear 44" swamper TSLs. I want to move my front axle forward for that last little bit of tire to tub clearance. I don't want to use zero rates because of the 1" lift associated with them. I don't want to have to mess with the rear to match the added height plus I am right on the money with headlight height vs. State of GA law. My idea is to relocate both of my centering pins forward between 1 and 2". Another added bonus will be a slight increase in front driveshaft length and approach angle (not a problem with 44's and a tight front bumper). There is not much anyone can say to make me decide not to go through with this. I'm really just looking for suggestions/ advice from anyone who has done this or thinks they know about it/ possible negative effects...etc. Let me know what ya'll think. Also, if having the axle centered front to rear on the leaf spring allows for more axle wrap than having it offset one way or the other, will this help my front axlewrap problem? The only time I have this problem is pulling another truck or something HEAVY while in 4wheel drive. I can snatch all day in 2 wheel drive without my truck jumping up and down.