As happy as I am with my blazer in its current state, I can't help but think that the current suspension is limiting its potential. It flexes good enough for a blazer but I want more! Up front I have BDS 6" lift springs with a zero rate and ord hd shackles. In the back I have 56" 4" lift superlift springs with a 4" ord shackle flip kit. Both front and back, my shackle angles are near verticle. Both sets of springs flex well enough to flatten out completely on compression, with the shocks being the limiting factor in the front. It seems that neither shackle is able to swing at all in their current spots, which is extremely limiting when it comes to droop. Up front, I plan on moving the rear shackle hanger exactly as it's done for the 52" spring swap and use a shackle that's apx. 7.5" eye to eye. I have some 3/8 x 1 1/2 cold rolled flat bar, so strength shouldn't be an issue with the shackles, even with them being that long. In the back, I want to run the 6" HD shackles that ord is making. To set these at a more effective angle, I want to move the hanger forward apx. 2". I would like to see the shackle at about 45-50 degrees when the truck is loaded. I think that I can guess with most of the placement issues so that my lift remains about the same. In the front, I think that I can also get the hanger high enough so that caster and u-joint/driveshaft yoke bind wont be issues. Any thoughts or ideas anyone?