As I weighed my options for modifying the front suspension on my truck to fit 39.5's with 6" of lift, I started looking at the rear of my cherokee and thinking. So I did some research: Old XJ stock spring (year and mileage unknown): Eye-to-eye = 49-1/2" Front (eye to pin) = 23-1/4" Rear (eye to pin) = 29" Arch (eye centerline to top of leaf at pin) = 6" New Up Country spring: Eye-to-eye = 49" Front (eye to pin) = 23-1/4" Rear (eye to pin) = 29" Arch (eye centerline to top of leaf at pin) = 6-3/4" What are yall's opinions on using these cherokee rear leaves in the front of a fullsize Chevy. I figure you could just use the stock mounting locations with a longer shackle for a better shackle angle form the extra spring length. Also, due to the offset center pin you could move the axle forward some by putting the long side to the back. The spring rate would probably be too soft (like 220 for the up countries), but some add-a-leaves or cannibalized Dodge Dakota springs could probably solve that. Whatcha think, would it work?