There is a pretty easy way to do what you want to do KID. First off- do you want to lift the truck? I am thinking you probably do!!! There is a total bolt on procedure but I'm not sure what you will think of that so I will talk about the Dodge way first. What you have to do is go and get some upper coil pockets from the wreckers off a 2wd or 4wd Dodge or Ford. Then what you need get or make is the lower pocket and mounts for the D60. If I were you I would make the rest....it isn't as hard as it seems!!! make the lower mount for the coils and on the same mount make the brakets for the radius arms. Then make brakets that atatch to the frame for your radius arms. Then go a head and make then out of DOM tubing and Hemi-joints. or at least 1 hemi-joint so you can make adjustments. Once you have the links in place you can go and put the coil springs in and put the weight of the truck on the axle. Then you have to make up a panhard bar to go from the axle up to the frame.
If you want a bunch of pics of this whole set-up I can email you them or I can just post them on here for all to see. I got the pic's from the one and only SHORTS[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/wink.gif[/img] She was nice enough to go out and snap a ton of pics because I am doing a swap like this on my Puller.
Ok, now the total bolt on way!!! It involves a Ford though so I am not sure if you would want to do it. Go to the wreckers and get the upper spring pockets from a Ford 2wd truck or a pre 79 4x4. Then find a pre 79 Ford 4x4 or Bronco with a D44 or D60 and take the brakets that bolt the coil mount/radius arms to the axle, you should also take the panhard bar. Then what you need to do is go and buy a lift kit for a pre 79 Ford that comes with Coil Springs and new Radius arms. Then mount the braket to the front axle and bolt the upper spring pockets to the frame. Then drill and mount the radius arms to the frame. You can then do custom Cross-over steering if you want. I know I didn't go into detial here but I can if you want. I also have some pics from a 91 Chevy that I saw in town a few months ago and the guy did this exact same thing and it turned out really good for him.
Personally, I would rather go with the dodge set-up or better yet do a custom 4-link with Coil-overs. I just got a price on some Bilstien 6100 coil over shocks and they are $131 a piece and give you 10" of travel and then you need the coil springs that will set you back about $50 a piece. These coil overs would be great for a truck with 35's and if you do the match the cost is about the same as buying springs for a dodge with 6" of lift. The Dodge springs are around $400-500 and then you still need shocks where with these coil over springs you are in the $400-500 range and thats it.
Feel free to ask any more questions,
93 GMC Yukon
Chevy SuperStock 4x4 Truck Puller
Great Lakes Truck & Tractor Pulling Association