One more thing - Transporterhaus/T2D flipped original spindles are very low, I reckon 4" +, maybe 4 1/2". The commonly sold cheaper cast ones are more like 3" and add 15mm to the track either side. Not nearly as low and probabl less painful to live with, but almost essential to change your wheels for some ali ones that tuck back in those added 15mm. And another - 2 splines down to match the front - oops, can't get the rear wheels off now without either Jacking the rear suspension down or fit hinged (so-called adjustable) springplates. Both cases you need to detach the bottom of the shocks. One is more convenient should you have a flatty. Jacking the suspension down is not really a side of the road thing, it requires a lot of force. I'm not really trying to put you off (well I am but I know it won't work), just point out the downsides. What can i say, nobody would have put me off, you have to try these things yourself. I used my bus a lot and lowered so far was in the final count up a royal PITA, but it was a fun journey. The best thig about spindles and spring plates is it's all non-destructive bolt on so you can always put it back - worth keeping in mind, stash your old bits.