With my light rig, I have just a bit of rear driveline vibe with my new lift. I can't drop a fortune on adjustable arms right now, so it's either pull the UCA's and shorten them to rotate pinion down or go longer LCA's. I have Slee's HD LCA's now. Does anybody make a ~1/2" longer (or adjustable) heavy duty LCA? Given I am going to go to 37's before too long, pushing the travel slightly to the rear, where any trimming will be easier if needed, is an ideal solution as it will also correct wheelbase shortening from the lift while correcting the pinion angle. Thanks. Edit: MAF's HD LCA's are on clearance for $279 a pair in case you are interested. That is an awesome price, even though MAF doesn't press in the fawking spherical end joint (so call and make sure they do).