All right I know this has been discussed many times, I tried to do some searches but haven't found anyone else with the same prob. I've completed a 4" lift on my '72. Rear: ORD Shackle Flip with new Rough Country Stock replacement springs, stock shackle, ubolt flip, ORD greasable bushings. Front: TCI 4" Lift Springs, ORD HD shackles & greasable bushings. So here's the problem. The rear is way lower than the front now. Much worse than on the original suspension. I measure that the top of the front wheel archs are almost 3" higher than the top of the rear wheel arch. The truck has been sitting on the new rear susp. for ~6 months while the front was on jackstands (major delay in the project.) Now, I would expect some settle, but that much? Anyone else experience this much discrepancy in their 4" lift? Also, my front driveshaft is too short. Other 4" lifters find that too? FYI, my double wall top is on, but I also have an 8000lb warn on the front. Judging by how compressed the rear shocks are, it looks like I didn't get the desired lift in the back. Any suggestions? Thanks, Jeff.