Ok, so in the leaf spring discussion 63s were discussed. I don't have the room to do it outside of the frame, so someone mentioned inboarding them. Now, I was just going to inboard my shocks and run the springs outside the frame. But, now I'm thinking the total opposite. If I were to flip-flop the springs to the inside of the frame, I think I could gain serious flex. I could even run some fairly stiff springs to be assured that axlewrap would be kept to a minimum. I figure if I do so, I'll run some 14" travel Bilstein 5150s on the outside of the frame, mounted straight up and down, to try to control it, of course along with good bumpstops and limiting straps. The question is, will that be enough? The goal here is to make the rig MORE stable by gaining rear flex, and I fear that this may place so much leverage on the springs that I'll seriously lose stability. What do you guys think? Too tippy? Has anyone tried this? Pictures? Somehow the more I think about it, the more I'm trying to balance 6,000 lbs on the head of a pin. That said, my truck isn't all that heavy in the rear, and those that use coils/coilovers usually inboard them quite a ways, so it might not be as tippy as I think. What do you guys think?