More random old photos. I have a bunch, but they are older. I went with a power-master 150 amp alternator. This was the angle at ride height before the 10 leaf packs and longer shackles. I will add a more recent photo later, but the M.O.R.E. shackles are really top notch for still being 1.75" wide springs. The rear shaft will start to hum at 35MPH, and I hate that. Yes, i could lower the t-case even more and get it to stop. I hate that also. I just ponied up for the CV shaft with yoke and proper steel shims and new u-bolts on the way. They won't be here til tomorrow say UPS. Tom Woods is a great company, they machined down a set of their 2.5" wide steel shims for me. And yes, spooky but I need an 8 degree shim. I have run this steep before, and it does not starve the pinion for oil. The training video from Gale Banks shows how a slight raised pinion angle will not starve the bearings. He installs a clear diff cover and shows you what happens to the oil when you travel down the road. It literally sprays oil up at the pinion as soon as you begin to move. I will overfill the diff if necessary. Even the guy at tom woods let me know guys run the 8 degree shim all the time.