I did a search, but couldn't find anything that I was looking for. As far as the rear shock setup goes, I am going with deaver springs, and a single 2.5 shock through the bed. I can figure out in autocad and figure what angle the 14" shocks would need to be at in order to get 18" of travel, along with 16" shocks to get 18", and even 18" shocks. Is there a problem with angling the shocks forward? It seems to me the same principle as using a 16" shock in a 3 or 4 link setup to obtain 25+ inches of travel. The valving in the shock has to be veryfirm, because of all the leverage that is being placed on the shock. I understand that many people don't like to angle the shock because they feel that it is most efficient when it is being used straight up and down. But couldn't I do the same thing and valve the 14" shock to get the travel?