Here are the shackle mounts I've been working on. These replace the front leaf spring rear stock cast shackle mounts. I made this for several reasons: 1, because I can 2, so I wouldn't have to dissassemble the suspension to grease the bushings 3, so I wouldn't have to use a drilled bolt with a grease fitting in it to grease bushings. I can use solid bolts which of course are stronger bolts. 4, so I could use bigger, thicker wall bushings to hopefully improve ride and or add some aditional flex to the suspension 5, Because they look pretty cool The sleeve is Titanium. There is a .125 full radiused groove around the outside diameter of the Ti. sleeve and 4 cross holes drilled on centerline of the center of the groove so as you push grease through the aluminum body it will fully grease the bushings very well. Also, there are 2 holes in the bolt sleeve to get grease to the bolt aswell. Im going to use 9/16 grade 9 bolts for the spring eye and 1/2 grade 8 bolts to mount it to the frame. I can even use 5/8 bolts with a 1/16 wall bushing for the spring eye if I wanted to. the Ti. sleeve was frozen and the aluminum was heated to attain a .004 to.005 grip fit, it aint going to slip or spin in the aluminum. I even had a bud that has access to anodize, anodize it clear for me. It has kind of a green hue to it. what do ya think?