So I saw this while searching for truck parts on ebay. My front springs are shot and I sometimes add a plow to the burban. This idea (I assume is on the rear) but if I welded it in multiple points and supported it well it could work up front. Yea I know really rough ride, and not great for climbing rocks, but as far as general saftey and steering what do you guys think? Should I put the crack pipe down and just buy a lift kit with better springs or go to a junk yard and get some coils cheap? ...... The image is not working for me.... so imagine if you will large plate over top of the leaf spring. Another plate welded to the top of the frame rail and triangular supports around it inside and outside the frame. (top support could be bolted to frame for those who don't want to weld to it) The coil spring is installed between the top leaf and the metal plate on the frame. End result is a very heavy duty suspension. Probably rides smooth as a brick, but I am thinking about it. So please remind me why this is a crack head idea that will end badly. Thanks.