I have a 65 Chevy II, basically stock front suspension. It's 3000lbs, ladder bar, small tire, 18* SBC with big fogger tune. Runs 5.30s at about 135. Looking at options to upgrade the front suspension. I've read up on the Mustang II based front clips, Chromemoly tube clips, and various aftermarket control arm/rack upgrades. The Mustang II (square tube, modern factory style control arms) seem very limited in front ent travel, the chromemoly clips cost a fortune and are not legal in many classes, and I'm not sure the rack/control arm kits get me where I need to be (safe at speed). If you have some experience with this situation, please le me know what you did and why. I don't want a do-over from not doing enough the first time, but i don't want to spend a fortune on a high $$ clip if the kits like Church Boys solves the geometry issues. I currently have Santhuff shocks and springs for the stock application - hate to scrap those too.