How much uptravel do you have before the spring goes into negative arch? To make a long story short, I'm gonna start building a truggy in a year. I want to keep it as low as possible. I'm trying to figure out a way to run 1"-2" of lift with 52's or 56's while still maintaining 4"-6" of uptravel. I hear that most 52 setups will net you around 4" but I'd really like to be lower than that. I'm too inexperienced to link the front, so that's out. I'm thinking of just pulling leaves from the spring until it sits the way I want it to but I believe that if I start with a 52 that sits that flat it will go negative before I get the up-travel I want. I'm open to pretty much anything. I'd like to run a longer spring for more down-travel so stockers are pretty much out. I'd also like to push my axle ~ 4" forward so a 52 with a custom mount would probably work well except for sitting to high. Is it possible to push the spring far enough forward to the point that I could mount the rear shackle higher on the frame and bring the tail end of the spring up (and the truck down) some? It's strictly trail so caster and camber aren't a concern. Anybody have any suggestions?