Since leaf spring slider boxes have been around the off-road world for quite some time now, I'm sure most folks have seen them on the trail and may have even owned a set. This next rig I build will not be a buggy like the last rig was, but rather a simpler, more comfortable functional rig but still packing LS power and will still get a set one tons. I'm wanting to keep it leaf spring f/r for now and stick with a combination I had years ago and loved, which was stock YJ springs up front and XJ leafs in the rear. Most slider box applications I've seen in person or elsewhere have been in the rear of a vehicle. Makes sense. But how would they work in the front, with factory jeep spring configuration and SOA, and is there a reason nobody runs them there? I'll be out boarding my front springs to accommodate for the Superduty 60 38" spring pad location so steering box clearance won't be an issue that I can foresee. Is there any reason not to use them for this?