So I crawl under my truck yesterday and see that both rear spring packs have broken leafs and the homeade cutout shackle hanger is limiting shackle movement. My K5 sags about 2" in the rear. I'm running 4" procomps up front, stock rear springs and the homeade shackle flip. I want to change this setup. Here is my criteria: Must flex decently offroad Must be able to haul an 18' carhauler with building materials, sheet metal, ect...800 lbs tongue weight max. Can't sag in the rear anymore Has to look porportional 1. New 2" lift leaf springs, cut out existing shackle bracket some more. $350 Have nice springs, but expensive 2. New stock height leaf springs, use 1/2" lift 14B spring mounting pads I have and 1" zero rates, Cut out shackle bracket some more. $100. Still have old shackle braket, cheap 3. New stock ride leafs, Echobit shackle flip, 1/2" lift spring pads, $150. Have nice setup, but it pushes the axle forward in the wheelwell. Hate that. 4. 2" rear springs and ORD flip, $500. Way too much work and too expensive. 5. ORD flip, stock rear springs, 2" blocks. $225. A lot of cash to still have rear blocks. Any options I'm missing? What would you do and why?