First off, I want to ask you guys... If you guys had the chance to convert your factory 9in over to a floating housing with custom axles for a fraction of the price would you do it? We all are familiar with the concept of taking factory parts that are bigger and better and applying them to a truck for the purposes of better suiting parts whether it would be better braking, driving, or bearings. We see it with Tundra axles on the front of a Tacoma 4x4 kit. We see it with Rangers sticking D44 stuff on. We see it with 9in being put into minitrucks. Why not apply it for a floating axle conversion? Truth be told, this whole idea has been under wraps and in the making for many months right now. There are CAD drawings and physical parts already made, scheduled to be tested. So for those to say, 'Its a bad or stupid idea, dont do it... Rabble rabble" Its too late, We are already doing it. The whole concept of this is to make a floating axle assembly more available to those who dont or cant drop thousands of dollars into a fully custom floating housing and hub and brake setup, especially if its not even necessary. So tell me, Sparking interest? Pics and more information is definately right here for me to tell you guys. I want to see what the community is feeling on the opportunity at hand.