Hi all, Last weekend we were camping up at Lake Irwin near Crested Butte, CO. The evening before we left it started pouring rain and kept raining all night long. The lake has a spill way that you have to cross to leave the campground and the rains had washed out the dirt along the edges of the spill way and as I pulled out my axle dropped into the gulley and the entry steps snagged the bridge and got all bent up. I have fixed the steps (using the bigger hammer theory to great success actually) but I have always thought everything was too close to the ground on the Niagara so I have been looking into the axle over/under modification. The mod looks simple enough to do and many here have done it to the same model of trailer I have. My concern, however, is that Dexter Axle website specifically says that the modification kit should only be used on trailers with double-eye leaf springs. The Niagara (at least mine) has a single-eye slipper spring. So far I haven't received an answer from an engineer at Dexter, but I wonder if I should forget about the modification, or if it was just a mistake on their site. Here is the link to the part: http://dexteraxle.com/inc/sdetail/1093/1099 Curiously, on etrailer.com, the part says it is for both double-eye and slipper spring, hence my confusion: http://www.etrailer.com/Accessories-and-Parts/Dexter/K71-384-00.html Here are the pictures of my unmodified suspension: The front eye: The rear slipper: The unmodified underslung axle (with agonizingly little travel before bottoming out): Any thoughts on this? It seems many have completed this modification to Niagaras....anyone have any issues?