We know most of you skipped right to this photo to find out how the high-pinion Dana 60 got under Mitch's HD. Central Coast Four Wheel Drive made the swap using Super Duty hangers and springs. The ride height was dialed in with a set of add-a-leaves, and the crossover steering uses the stock GM box with a drop pitman arm. It's a custom swap to be sure, but the simple design makes for a reliable and functional frontend. The cost (with labor) was about $12,000. At least Mitch hasn't had to ward off any of our ridiculous bulldozer attacks with his ORU diff covers.