I want more flex. This is the combo you decide what I need to gain more. I have a 1975 K5 front springs are Tuff country 6' lift with all urethane bushings and greaseable bolts. ORD swaybar disconect and ORD front larger shackles. Procomp brakelines and Rancho RSX shocks that still don't limit travel in either direction. The rear has Rough country 2' springs with ORD shackle flip and full greasable bushing set, procomp brake line and a set of really long nitro 9000 shocks from rough country that still don't limit travel. The rear springs flexed so much that they went in the wrong direction so I installed my old overload upside down (the new Rough country springs didn't have any load device. All spring clamps are still in place. I had the rears open before with my old springs and they really pulled apart, thinking of doing it again, possibly using a quick diconect pin Like ORD instead of bolts so I can clamp and unclamp at will. Has anyone tried this? Also the truck has a 1' block in the rear, 3' body lift 35' tires but will have 38.5' in the next few weeks also some 9012's. What do you think for more flex, what do you have? Also from what to what do you measure travel distance from some people measure shock eyes but if you measure outer wheel to say fender lip you get more travel because your farther out from the center. Some people say they have 25-30' of travel but even 9012's are only 13 inches of travel so what to measure? Sorry this was so long but I needed to give all the info. Also note three different people from our shop use this name so some questions may seem the same.