YES, I know this topic has been covered ad nauseum. YES, I know I should search. I did. Try it sometime, and YOU try to find the good info hidden among the hits on people's sig lines... My rig is an '87 K5. Soooo, on to the questions. 1. I've got an '87 C10 as a 6.2 donor with 5-leaf rear springs on it. Should I use them for the front of my K5, or just move my K5's rear springs up to the front? Keep in mind the 6.2 (roughly the same weight as a BBC as I recall) is going in my K5... 2. Approximately how much lift am I gonna see from #1? 3. Front spring mounts - as I understand it, I need to remove the front spring/body mount assemblies and reverse them (left to right, right to left), correct? 4. Even after #3, I'll probably still need to relocate the front spring's rear shackle hanger to fix the shackle angle, correct? 5. I was planning an ORD shackle flip out back. As I understand it, to mount 56" springs (donor still TBD...) I just need to reverse the flip brackets, correct? (again, left to right, right to left) 6. Depending on the donor (or maybe not... I don't know), what am I looking at for lift amounts with an ORD 2.5" flip? 7. Stock front springs have a "military wrap" front springeye. Stock rears (52's anyway - haven't seen 56's yet) do not. While I'm not building it to be a DD, I do have to keep it street-legal, and I will be driving it to 'wheeling spots as well as to school/work maybe once a week. Anyone have any concerns about the lack of military wrap springeyes on the front springs? I know there's other stuff to be covered here, like shocks (I'm planning on F*rd SD shock towers up front (the nice forged ones) and a crossmember-type shock mount out back), steering (got a 2wd steering box in the C10 donor for crossover), axlewrap (planning something for it...), and driveshafts (I'll figure that out when the beast is a little closer to completion)... Feel free to remind me of any other issues I should be thinking about. Thanks.