Hello all, I’ve been looking around like crazy to find an answer for this question. I’ve been told the percentage of up travel to drop or sag should be 50% either way. I wanted to know if I had the option to get an inch or two more droop vs up travel should I? I’m running leaf springs (56”), a shackle flip, and the 14.5 inch travel bilstein 5125’s inside some hoops mounted almost vertical outside the leaf springs. It’s a 1977 k20 and I want to do some crawling more than high speed stuff. I was thinking setting it up as 5” up (hit bump at about 4”), keep the leave from doing a “W”, and the rest down travel (8”). Of course I will sacrifice an inch or two due to running the progressive polyurethane bumps from daystar. Or on the opposite, have 6 inches down and the rest up? I have a lot of droop, but I can move the shock mount up or down a few inches as well. let me know if I’m on the right path here, -Daniel I posted some pics of the rear suspension that I have now.