After thinking of other options, I relocated my axles from above the springs to below on my 5th wheel.
I bought a pile of weathered 4x12's that I cut into 2' lengths for super-stable blocking and removed the axles. New perches came from a local auto parts store. I lined them up with the existing perches and clamped them down, and had them welded by a professional.
Took part of a day to complete, and was well less than $100 including paying a welder.
The trailer handles fine at the new height, and I have plenty of breathing room above the bed.
I choose this method because I could easily reverse it (with the stock perches still in place) if I didn't like how it turned out or how it handed...
Anyhow, welcome to the forum.
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