Hopefully I'll get some time this week to tack in some new spring hangers and springs, and maybe even a front axle this weekend in the 40. I was planning on a shackle reversal due to a little issues with the frame and alignment. The frame is in plane, front to rear, but has a little twist to it where the military wrap would go in stock configuration. So I figured I could compensate for that by putting in a through frame hanger at the proper angle and height. Now reading in the tech links Jim C. has a real nice explanation of why shackle reversals may not be optimal. Now I don't know much about mini-trucks, but when helping a friend this weekend I noticed his hilux has a stock shackle reversal. Why was this used in this case, but not on a stock cruiser? Was it just due to more arc in hilux springs? How is brake dive adressed when doing an SR in a cruiser, or is it really not much of a big deal? Thanks, just pondering a little here before metal starts glowing.