Hi folks, looking for a little insight here. Am thinking about getting a Promaster to use as camping vehicle. Have heard various complaints about the rear axle hanging low, and though I realize it is actually the same clearance as the front, I wonder about an easy fix to get a couple inches extra in the middle. The rear axle is a square or rectangular steel tube from what I can see, and I am wondering if there is a bit more than 2” of airspace on top of it in the middle (obviously not at the stops) when the suspension bottoms out. If so then one could weld a 2x2 steel tube to the top of the existing axle tube from leaf spring bracket to leaf spring bracket, then cut out the middle of the axle tube leaving 3 or 4” of overlap – and maybe have steel side plates reinforcing. But of course this could only work if there is clearance for it, and I can’t tell from photos I have seen if there is or not. It looks like, from photos I have seen, that the exhaust pipe is the tightest spot. So can someone look under theirs and see what you think? If I get one it would be at most a 136, and probably low roof. Thanks for your help!