It's a 1930 (or so) chevy 1.5 ton truck. I took the old front end off. I have a late 40's chevy truck front suspention I want to pt on it. I want to lower the front end just a little and do it without having to cut (Z-ing) the frame. I thought about just putting the axle on top of the leaf springs. But then it took away from the clearance between the leaf spring and the frame,( I am using the other trucks front leaf springs by the way). So someone told me to use the one leaf spring and radius arms set up and that way I could just make the front perce taller which would cause the front end to sit lower. I thought it was a great idea until I started trying to find information on it. I have sat in front of this computer for hours now trying to find a lead on how to make it happen. And I never found it. Does anybody have any leads as to where I can look to find out how to build the set up I need to lower the front end? Also,I want to keep the factory front fenders and radiator in the same locations. Will this leaf spring and radius arm format work with my application so that I can keep the fenders and radiator? I sure would like a meaningfull reply. Any leads would be appreciated. Thank you for your time.