I would like to run some things by you all and see what you think. I have the build thread, Switched projects, 40 chevy coupe. I've built about everything on it so far, not bragging, just can't afford to buy alot of fancy crap. I have a Mustang II front suspension, manual rack, also have a power rack. I have tubular A arms on it now, but I also have the stk ones that came with the kit. This stuff was all new, but it sat inside for a few years on a unfinished project. I just can't seem to get a straight axle out of my head. I would like to maybe do a dropped type axle, don't want the nose to be real high. Just a nice rake to it. My stk track width is 56 1/2, and also, this kit came with the 11 inch rotors, drilled and slotted, GM metric calipers. I think the Speedway axles use these, so if I purchased one from there, I'd have them, or I could sell it all and buy a complete kit. I have a 4 1/2 bolt pattern and I'm going to run 15x4.5 front wheels. I'd have to redo the front rails, no biggie, so do you think I could get the stance I want with a straight, nondropped axle? It'd be cheaper I'd say. I'm also useing front and mid plates, so with a straight axle, the header clearance would be good. Thinking out loud I guess, but since I'm going to drag race it, I just think with the tilt front I'm doing, it'd just make a lot nicer set up. Vega or GM steering box, and I'm building my own column. I'd have to sell this other stuff first.