Originally Posted by TACOsupremacy
Serious?? wow never even thought of that
I guess its safe and now i gots something to do today
I wouldn't stack AAL's. I can't think of any really mechanical reason why not, but there's nothing keeping the bottom AALs aligned with the leaf pack.
You can flip the overload but it only works if the arch of the leaf springs is less than the arch of the overload when you flip it. The problem with flipping the overload is it now puts the overload as part of the active leaf pack. The main leaf pack is thin leafs and flex well, the overload is 1/2" thick and is made specifically to not flex except under very heavy loads. In short, it will ride like a dump truck.
If you can find a donor leaf pack, you can cut it up and make a leaf pack with more leafs. You could also get a new leaf pack but that's obviously expensive but would solve your problems.