Hey guys, I really enjoy just reading this forum, but I alway have to read this "Hello Mudgod it appears that you have not posted on our forums in several weeks, why not take a few moments to ask a question, help provide a solution or just engage in a conversation with another member in any one of our many forums." So, I'm going to ask some questions without using the search first tonight. (I can almost always find what I'm looking for in the search) I just bought a set of 44" TSL's for my 91 Jimmy. I'm still building this play toy and haven't got the motor back in yet. I'm 56" springs in the back with the DIY 6" shackle flip and 52" springs with 7" shackles in the front. I have CV joint drive shafts. I'm not planning on running any fenders, just the hood and that will be tappered down to the body mounts by the radiator. I plan on doing a lot of trimming in the back, so they should fit there. Question #1: Can I run 44" tsl's in the front like this or do I need to move the axle forward some more with a zero-rate? Also I'm worried my pinion angle when this thing flexs out. (I was running 56" springs in the front and going through drive shaft u-joints every couple of runs) So, I'm also thinking I would need a 5 deg. shim. Question #2: Does anybody make a zero-rate/shim, or could I buy both and bolt them together and get the extra room I need to run my 44's"? Question #3: Do I even need to worry about adding a shim with 52" springs?